Question about Acer Aspire 7520-5757 Notebook
I have this happen to me all the time when typing on a laptop keyboard; sometimes my thumb hits the mouse pad, and depending on where the cursor is at that time, I type in an area where I already typed.
My recommendation is to either be careful when typing on a laptop keyboard, or if you're able, install an eternal keyboard (USB). That should take care of the problem, if I understand your question.
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go to my computer icon, right click, properties>hardware tab>device manager, then lok down the list to keyboard, click on the + sign and right click on your keyboard and select uninstall.
Restart the notebook and the driver will automatically load again and should type as normal.
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