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Do you use an external mouse or the built in touchpad/pointing stick? If you use an external mouse try another and see if the random movement disappears.
If you are using the touchpad/pointing stick for day to day use, plug in a mouse if you have one spare, go to the control panel in whatever version of MS Windows the laptop is running and do the following:Start Button > control panel > mouse (goto the hardware tab on the window that opens) choose the 'synaptics' device > properties > driver > choose 'disable' then ok. This should disable the touchpad if the random jumping stops then it is probably a physical problem with the touchpad/pointing stick, you may want to contact HP and request a repair.
Link below is to manuals for your laptop model:
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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