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Is this a new computer?  Has something changed?  Are you using a mouse?

If you are using a mouse, then that sort of thing can happen if you have dirt or hairs caught in the sensor.

If you unplug the mouse then does it still happen?

Check underneath (where the red light shines) to make sure that it is clear of debris.  It's probably best to unplug it first!  Failing that, there may well be an accumulation of "bits" inside the mouse.  If you can take it apart then do your best to clean the mechanical bits and reassemble.  

A new (USB) mouse can be bought for a few pounds in most supermarkets these days.

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