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Ha, it's because your wrist or thumb is touching the mousepad occasionally - some are more sensitive than others.
Try turning the mousepad off while typing, sometimes there is a button at the mousepad area, others it's an Alt-Function key. Look for a symbol on the F-keys that look like a finger touching a square or mousepad. This, and the Alt key combination will shut it off and then back on again when you select them.
An external or USB keyboard and mouse works great for me.
Do you have the finger touch-pad turned on?
Chances are you're brushing up against that, high static will increase the likely hood.
I don't even have to touch mine.
If you have a button to turn it off - great! Turn it off while you're typing.
I've seen some that lack this feature. I'm not sure if it can be disabled in the task bar; or if you'd need to disable the device through the hardware/device manager.
Another option is to just make sure your hands/wrists are elevated -- They really should be anyway to avoid carpal tunnel.
Hitting the: home, pg up, pg dn, and/or end keys -- Arrow keys as well, will do it.
Some sort of software malfunction. -Perhaps, glitch or compatability issue.
Virus/someone's accessing your computer - Usually they don't just play around with your sentences though. ;-)
The mouse pad can be turned off or on in the control panel under mouse options. If it is turned on and your still not getting any response then try and remove the last hardware change if there was any in the past 48 hours prior to the touch pad going off. Also check in system setting's to ensure there are no error codes for the mousepad. Try that and get back to me.
go to control panel, performance and maintence, hardware, device manager, find your mouse, and then disable , then enable, if this dont work, update driver, also make sure it is turned on, go to control panel, mouses and keyboards, and make sure it is enabled there first.,
maybe your mouse is not comaptibel with the system of your laptop or you need the disk driver to install the mouse to work properly?
or your mouse is already damage and need to replace try to change it with a new one.
the problem is where the mouse cursor is. When you begin to type have the mouse cursor as far down the page as possible the glide pad can pick up the slightest variant of pressure and move your text to the position where the mouse cursor is.