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Hi, i have an Asus K52J model, i purchased it in the end of August so its only a few months old. I am studying abroad in Italy for the semester and am starting to run into some problems. It started out with happening once a day, to every couple hours, to now it happens whenever but my laptop will just completely shut down. I have Bitdeffender on my lap top and it says their is no viruses, i am plugged into a power source so it's not because of running on battery. I don't really know what to do, especially with being in another country other then the US. Thanks

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In my case, the cursor jumps around when I'm typing. It could jump one line up or back to the start of the line.

Anybody with an Asus K52J ever encountered this problem?

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“Cyprus.”
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