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When typing the curser jumps to a different position


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Well the main reason for this is that any of ur finger may accidentally touch the mouse pad. You can notice that the cursor jumps to the line where the mouse pointer on the screen is. When u want to type large documents try turning of ur mouse pad and turn it on when ur done.
This is because you are touching the touch pad with your palms. when typing avoid contact with the mouse pad in your laptop. I hope this will help. Thanks.. Please rate this!!
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