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Windows 7: Problem with keyboard and typing

29 Mar 2010   #1

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Problem with keyboard and typing

My laptop is a HP G5056EA and I recently installed windows 7 on it. Its running perfectly except that when im typing the little flashing line will skip back a few words at random. Ive never had this problem before installing windows 7 so Im assuming its a problem with that..

Its not my finger touching the pad which was my intial thought

any thoughts?


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29 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by feargalr View Post
My laptop is a HP G5056EA and I recently installed windows 7 on it. Its running perfectly except that when I'm typing the little flashing line will skip back a few words at random. Ive never had this problem before installing windows 7 so I'm assuming its a problem with that..

Its not my finger touching the pad which was my initial thought

any thoughts?
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Regarding your touch pad, did you actually disable it to confirm it's not interfering? There's usually a key combination for toggling the pad off/on. Check your keyboard for sticking keys. You could also plug in an external keyboard to see if it makes a difference.
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