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If what you are referring to is the 'eraser' type mouse joystick on many laptops that eventually go haywire and make the mouse drift off wonkily to the edges of the screen, those are able to be disabled if you download the mouse driver for your computer from dell. (the touchpad driver is usually the correct one) and in the control panel you can disable the toggle.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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