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Lenovo Yoga bad input registration

Before I was baffled, and now I am even more so.
The Lenovo Yoga I'm using has recently started doing a strange thing.
The inputs of the keyboard and touchpad will not completely register.
for example when I type, about 30% of the keystrokes aren't registered, and when I use the touchpad, clicking doesn't always register and the mouse cursor moves the amount it's supposed to, but does not fully display what it is doing, thus giving the appearance of jumping.
The reason I'm more baffled at the moment is because, up until I signed up for this website, the laptop was suffering these effects. but as I opened the sign up options, it all stopped. Thinking the issue resolved itself, I left the tab only for it to start happening again, and then again cease these issues when I started the sign up process again. I'm going to attempt to get the stats for the computer and hope that it doesn't happen again, if it does, I'll show you an example of my typing.
Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5500U CPU @ 2.40 GHz 2.39 GHz
Installed RAM 8.00 GB (7.88 GB usable)
OS Windows 10 pro
Product ID 00330-80004-74162-AA898
I don't really know what info is important, I don't know what causes the issue. during the bitlocker phase and login phase of the computer it's been fine (i've restarted and shut down/turned on) but then it starts to lag after a few seconds. I've turned off anything I deemed unnecessary in startup, ended background functions, cleared more space on harddrive. I'm baffled.
the problem seems to have ceased (thanks c | net for some reason just using your website helped) but this isn't the first time this happened. Last time the issue seemingly resolved itself with an update. but I have no update to do now, the other one was less than a week ago.

if anyone has faced the same issue and resolved it, please help me.

edt:
It's aend agai, I'm writting aynormal pace and it can' ep up witme,
I closed y compute and put it into rest mode ad I reopened it because i thought itwould elp preenthis appening if I trned my computer off instead. Bu aleast i am able t giv an example of what's going o. please elp me. I'm posiive t isn't lag.

Post was last edited on March 8, 2018 8:15 PM PST

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