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this can be caused by a number of things are you playing music through your cd rom
If you are using your CD/DVD drive, use a cleaner.
The lens may be dusty and causing skips/stutters place a couple of drops onto the cd and run it
scroll to bottom toolbar(bottom of screen) right click select task manager applications you will see whats running if you see anything you dont need running select end nowand you might uninstall that specific program if you or computer does not require it to run also under processes see what is ticking over in the background again if you see something you dont need to be running select end now you might have a virus or malware
switch everything over to usb...mouse and keyboard... or by a ps2 to usb adapter and test it out... one usb to ps2 adapter can handle both keyboard and mouse... if that doesn't work its either a virus or memory...
Could be your internet connection. A slow internet connection can cause this. Test your internet connection at www.speedtest.org Try starting the video and then pause it...see if it continues to load on the progress bar. This will allow the show to buffer. Could be the CBS server also. Try watching the shows on a lower resoloution. Check and make sure your motherboard and video card drivers are up to date. Make sure a virus scanner is not running when you are trying to watch a show...that will slow down your computer.
The most common reason that your cursor skips around is that you are touching the touch pad when typing. Some are more sensitive than others. On my Toshiba I had that problem, but it has a Fn key that allows me to turn off the touchpad. Problem went away when I went to a mouse instead. Had a client with a Dell with the same problem. I had to actually physically disconnect the touchpad and her problem went away. Now as for the first problem, (the HP), I'd say you have a stuck key on the keyboard. It would make that noise.