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Cursor moves on it's own in Setup Menu/Info screen

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Exampl EliteBook x360 1030 G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
 
Hi.

I bought a broken EliteBook x360 1030 G3 from someone. He thought the system board had a problem, so I changed the system board. When I started it up, I noticed the cursor moves on it's own in the Setup Menu/Info Screen. Yet, when I use a USB running Ubuntu, or WinPE, the cursor is fine, 

 

Is this issue a system board, BIOS firmware, or hardware? Do I need a new touch pad, or firmware. Also with firmware, do I install the newest or install all of them in sequence. I thought with firmware, you install the latest because the fixes are  accumulative. But I also heard that you stick to the firmware that works, and unless there is a problem, you don't need to upgrade.

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