Since day one, the cursor on my HP Omen 15 have been behaving strangely.
For no reason whatsoever (as far as I can tell) the cursor moves on its own and clicks on random parts of the screen.
The problem seems to be correlated with the temperature of the computer.
I have restored everything using a recovery media and I've tried with different OS's: Ubuntu, Linux Mint, pure Debian, Fedora. The problem remains.
Here is the strange part: The cursor moves on its own even if I disable the touchpad!
The HP support's solution was to restore the computer (again). Since that din't work the last time I tried and since I have spent a lesser eternity compiling a hierarchy of packages (a journey I don't wish to repeat) I thought I'd check if anyone on the forum have experienced this problem and know of a solution.
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I came across your post about the display issue, and wanted to assist you!
If you have already tried putting the notebook back to its factory settings, and the issue persisst, then it may be a hardware related issue. You may consider contacting HP Phone Support for additional options. Please use the following http://www.hp.com/contacthp and create a case for your issue and contact HP. If you live outside the US/Canada, please click the link below to get the contact information for your region. http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/ww-phone-assist.html
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