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When typing in IM, email or forums the curser jumps back and my test becomes scrambled. It has been this way since the day i got it. I have Vista home prem.

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  • swtss8 May 03, 2008

    No..it has been doing this since day one.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    did something get spilled in the computer?

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This happen to particular program or every application. here are few laptop troubleshooting guide to repair ur laptop.

for more laptop troubleshooting visit http://notebookrepairs.blogspot.com/

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