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Aspire 3935: Touchpad for wlan/bluetooth and backup manager is constantly flashing, even when I am not touching it. I understand that many have the same problem

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Hi this is not a problem ur laptop has a bluetooth service in it which is blinking when u turn on ur laptop its just viewing a message whether ur bluetooth is off or on and for backup manager its asking to backup ur files so that u don't lose any important data if ur system crashes just don't worry it happens on all laptops
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Do not hesitate to contact me if there is a problem or my explanation is less understandable.

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