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Touch pad not working properly

Hi the touch pad of my laptop is scrolling well but it is useless in terms of clicking.Iam using the secondary buttons for the clicking problems.Is there any solution for this problem?

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Plug in a usb mouse and go to control panel>system>hardware>device Manager (if using XP) or control panel>system>device manager (if using vista) and right click on pointing devices, unistall the touch pad and reboot - remove the usb mouse and the touchpad will be installed again as new hardware. I hope this helps

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