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Toshiba Laptop Whenever I open a browser, the scrollbar automatically moves the entire page on it's own to the bottom of the page. I can try to force the scroll bar to move up to see the top and it will immediately flip to the bottom.

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On key board make sure scroll lock is not enabled

with your mouse make sure keys are not sticking this is a commen problems

on the start bar down bottom of screen right click it make sure that the tiled sections are not checked off this will be a continued flip if any of these are active
you want to show desktop

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