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Whenever I type, the cursor jumps to another location and I have to repeat the phrase or sentence I am typing. I tried going to the control panel to look for the touchpad sensitivity option of the mouse but it is not there. What else can I do? I cannot even return this product with a company defect.

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Make sure you have no virus. Run a good antivirus programme like Norton or Essentials. If that has no effect, download an updated driver for your keyboard/touch pad.
Hope that helps

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