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Erratic mouse behavior, low battery keyboard warning

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OK, I see there are a myraid of posts concerning this issue, but no fixes. Even the HP employee gave a link that does nothing and appears broken. I purchased and installed 8GB RAM and that didn't fix it. What a waste of money. And for HP to ignore all the posts about the problem is, frankly, disingenuine, reckless and bad business. There simply MUST be a fix or workaround for this. 

 

IF I HAVE TO BUY A NEW COMPUTER, IT WILL NOT BE AN HP.

 

Are you hearing me, HP? My statement says a lot. I have been computing for 21 years and only ever bought HP or Compaq. I use the computer for business and the state my computer is in currently is far from a shining example of streamlined productivity. Double, triple, quadruple clicking on single click stuff, no response clicking, clicks bring up multiple duplicate windows, click for new tab and 2 tabs pop up, insert or remove SD card nets low keyboard battery warning and on and on and on.

 

What's going on? WHAT IS THE FIX?

 

EDIT: as with most users, this all started with the Win10 upgrade last Fall.

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Greetings,

 

Wow!

 

Your screen name mirrors your attitude.

 

Someone might be able to help you if you had put as much effort into describing your problem as you did in venting.

 

Cheers!

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