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Keyboard problem on fujitsu lifebook a6110

When i type continuously and not look at the screen, sometimes the cursor jumps .

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It may not be a issue with the keyboard. you mite have accidently pressed some point in the touch pad.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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