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Re: when typing curser doesnt keep up with typing letters...
Hi im josh in cebu phils.friend may i help you? friend if the cursor doesn't appear, stops or keep on place when you are typing 3 problems are involved; first a virus is present in your document and it will affect the cursor. 2nd the mouse is damage or there maybe some dirt on it try to clean it especially when you are using ball mouse.or even optical you still clean the sides of the hole. and 3rd the connection on your pc is lossen try to check it.mount it properly. thats all friend good luck hope i helped you.
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thats normal on many laptops... even on my Dell and Lenovo...
the trick is to disable the Trackpad when typing...
1) Click Fn + F3 keys together to disable the trackpad and then type
2) Click Fn + F3 keys together to re enable the trackpad and then type
3) Buy an external Keyboard and Mouse (Wireless one) and use them (I do the same)
4) if you have trackpad drivers & application installed then adjust the sensitivity of trackpad on it
Is this on a notebook or net book as in my personal experience working for Acer this was caused by position of the hands whilst typing causing the palms to drag across the touchpad which then moved the cursor elsewhere on the line or even the screen, nearly all makes & models have a built in key or button to enable or disable the touchpad maybe it is something you could try to see if it resolves your issue.
If you have a laptop with a touchpad just below the spacebar be careful that you are not accidentally hitting the touchpad. I had an identical problem on one of my laptops, and simply switching to using a mouse and turning off the touchpad fixed the problem for me.
Do you have a small button on the top side of the touch pad that will allow you to turn off the mouse? I bet that you are accidently touching the mouse pad with your thumb while you are typing, and this is causing your problem. I have the same problem if I do not turn off the touch pad on my laptop.
Most probably because your 'Touch Pad Mouse' is touched by your palm (hand or something) while you are typing. Avoid contact with the mouse touch pad while typing.
If you have a centre moveable mouse on your laptop, start using it and disable the 'Touch pad mouse'
Best of luck!