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The cursor moves all over when I type and sometimes disappears sometimes all the text disappears and sometimes any key will close the program this is a problem with all typing I use wireless connection

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You have a corrupted operating system - if you want to you can turnoff the mouse touch pad by the button just infront of the mouse pad but I've seen this before - all software related - you have major conflicts with device applications - do an F11 system recovery after backing up your data & don't forget your email adress.

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