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When typing on the keyboard of my HP Pavilion, at certain times, certain keys will make the cursor move to another location. Example, when typing this sentence, the cursor move back to previous words.

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Acouple people have had this problem the touchpad is very sensitive I would recommend you press the small button above it to disable the mouse when you are typing for a long time . you then can press that button again and it will let you move the mouse again. Im new on here so if my solution helped you please give some good feedback on my answer thank you

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