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Good day, I have an HP laptop and when I type the pointer is jumping to another word. How can I fix the problem. Please help!! while I typed typed this few lines it jumped 3 times... regards Huberta

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Try reinstalling the drivers. also check to see if there is updated drivers at the HP site

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