Question about Computers & Internet
if you have enough technical experience about opening the laptop then you can solve this problem yourself
the problem is physical in this case means your laptop's mouse lkey may got damaged or there is a dust in it
open your laptop's back case and remove all parts oneby one you have to reach to mouse
then cleane up that switch with any switch cleaning liquid available
if you dont have one then yo can use pure petrol (take care that its not mixed up with oil)
but if you are not a technical person then avoide to do this and kindly contact any repairer
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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