Question Selection Moving Up on Its Own

red-rock-run

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I've had this happen once before, but I forget how I solved it. I checked kb+m drivers, unplugged kb+m, and it was still doing this, did sys restore, uninstalled last windows updates, started in safe mode to confirm that the problem wasn't with the basic settings and drivers, disabled all non-windows startup items, and the only time this goes away is in safe mode. Did a malware check just to be sure as well, and it didn't find anything.
 

Colif

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Hmm, so its a driver but identifying which one is going to be fun.

what are specs of the PC?

I wonder if this works in safe mode: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/how-to-save-a-device-manager-report-to-a-text-file-786330aa-d4ca-feec-a7c6-bdbe76567702
upload to a file sharing site and show link here.

I have a program that can see all the drivers on PC but that cursor problem is going to stop you from installing it. So the text file might be closest I can get to seeing what drivers are installed.
 

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