It seems to be a cursor jumping issue while typing.
Go to: Start>Control Panel>Mouse>Pointer OptionsClick on Pointer Options Tab, un-Check: "Hide Pointer While Typing" check box.Click: "Apply", Click: "OK"
I am running windows 7 professional
I have an Aspire 5773Z - 4851
Also when I am typing and look up it is typing in the middle of my sentence, also would like to know how to fix this. Thanks to any help anyone can provide.
You may check by resetting your browser.
If you are using internet explorer, to reset Internet Explorer Settings to default, open IE > Tools > Internet Options > Advanced tab > Click Reset > Close >OK. Once this is done restart Internet Explorer.
When you click on the Reset Internet Explorer button, the following will happen:
If you select the Delete personal settings, then additional settings like home page, search providers, accelerators, etc are all set to default. Moreover Cache, Cookies, Passwords, We form data, History, ActiveX filtering, Tracking Protection data, etc files are also deleted.
Also check for virus infection with Malwarebytes, get some help from online security experts.
First, go to cmd with Admin rights( open by right clicking and select "Run as Admin")
see whether it resolves the problem.
I reformatted about a week ago and went from windows 7 home edition to windows professional and it's been doing it since, I don't have any viruses I was thinking more of needing to set settings or download drivers or something, I had to download alot of drivers cause I lost EVERYTHING. I appreciate you trying to help but it's not a virus, ran security. Thanks! Any other ideas?
ipconfig /flushdns will not open, flickers and dosen't come up for me, I tried several times..............anything else I can try? Thanks.
I am running Google Chrome, can you please tell me how to reset this browser? Thank you.
Thank you I went in and unchecked the box, I will let you know if it worked later when I start typing alot. Hopefully it works
I got it to work, I will let you know if it fixes it, thank you
here's the steps to reset Google Chrome.
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