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The keyboard on this laptop jumps perpetually to where the mouse

The key board is like super touchy..i'll be typing away and suddenly i'm typing in the middle of where i have already written...i think on observation its jumping to where the mouse is sitting...i am definitely not touching the key pad at the time....sometimes everything i have just written disappears like i touched some button and poof...its driving me crazy, its not like i haven't had a laptop forever its just this laptop that has done it to me. Any ideas??

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  • titchi707 Jan 15, 2009

    I have the same problem. Part of a sentence that I am typing on this same laptop moves to part of previous sentences. Dell have agreed to fit a new keyboard, under warrenty, but I do not know if this will cure the problem. Computer great in every other way except figure 3 playing up.
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  • titchi707 Jan 15, 2009

    I have the same problem. the text moves about from the sentence that I am typing to a previous part of the paragragh. In addition the number 3 is playing up. Dell have offered to come to my house and fit a new keyboard free of charge under the warranty, but I do not know if this will solve it. Nice machine otherwise.

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in which application is happing

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if is haps in Ms-word or mail is software issue

if you want to conform the hardware(touchpad)
you can boot with resource disk-choose custom test-run a test on pointing device that will tell you the status of the hardware

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