Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
Most often this is caused by your thumb touching the touchpad. If you use a mouse, disable the touchpad. I've had this problem and so have a number of my customers. One lady insisted that I was not right, so I disabled her touchpad and the problem went away!
To test this to see if your problem is caused by a sensitive touchpad, cover it with cardboard and go about your typing.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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