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You need to disable the touch pad while typing. During typing your palm can accidentally touch the touch pad causing the cursor to 'jump' randomly resulting in the problem.
You have not mentioned the model but on Acer laptops there's a key in the upper row with a 'pad and finger' figure on it. If the figure is in blue, press Fn together with the figure key to disable the touch pad and then again to enable it.
This looks like u have trouble with drivers, if u familiar with drivers then try to follow this link http://www.acer.com/public/home.jsp look for support and Downloads - Downloads - in Bios utilities & applications select ur Location - Driver Downloads - Select ur model - look for Touch Pad Drivers.
If the above is difficult to follow up try using ur recovery disc, which came with ur Laptop.
join the club, this is far too common an email to Acer i think.
What works for me is if you open up the camera software, then turn the camera to face the rear of the laptop (Take care to turn it the right way), then keep clicking the button to open the cam and eventually it will come on.