Question about Toshiba Satellite A35-S159 Notebook
When a "y" or "u" is typed, the letter literally 'jumps' to another part of the screen, making it impossible to continue to type without correcting the error. I have to go to the place to which the letter jumped, delete it and then try to type it again where it belongs. I have asked for help on other sites...to no avail. Can anyone help here?
If you haven't tried this, please do. Please go to Start-Control Panel-Hardware-Device Manager. Select the keyboard then click on the keyboard device then select uninstall or properties-driver tab-uninstall. After this, please restart your laptop and check if it works this time. If it does not work, it is a hardware problem since if it is a software problem, all keys should be affected. Hope this helps. Thank you.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
Try this first, Make sure the mouse cursor is further down the page or completely off the page you are typing on. Whith the problems of static electricity or stray energy if you are typing and go past where the mouse cursor is and stray voltage is present then the lightest touch of the glide pad or mouse could be interpreted as a click and your text will begin where the mouse cursor is.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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