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When i am typing my cursor some times jumps to another line and some parts of my typing was deleted and i have to back again. it is nervous problem for me.

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That happens when your hands or thumb are too close to the cursor pad. Due to your cursors pad high sensitivity will cause your pointer to move or delete entire paragraphs. To fix this problem by a mini-mouse connect it to your laptop and disable your cursor pad usually there is a button near by to disable it on most Dell and HP laptops.

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