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Cursor skipping while typing. goes back to another word while your typing. or will ramdomly dissappear while typing.

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This is one of the big issues with the touchpad on this model. My best suggestion, which is what I do when I have to do alot of typing, is to disable the touchpad. Depending on which version of windows you have it is a simple task to do!

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