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I have a dell inspiron 1525 and the keyobard is acting funky when i type input on the screen. the cursor seem to jump around the screen when i type. I came across this problem recently and someone told me to uninstall a certain adapter that was upgraded to my computer. I did this and it seemed to work up until now. any advice would be appreciated. thx.

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Try adjusting the sensitivity settings on your touch pad. You should find this in the Control Panel under Mouse settings.

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