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My touchpad mouse wont click. it moves around but i have to use the side buttons to use it.

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If you cannot click the easiest thing to do is to click just by doing a quick tap with your finger on the mousepad that should click on things

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Hi,
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Hello Friend,
Try this
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If it's a USB mouse you could just unplug it then plug into a different USB port. If it's a PS2 mouse (Round green connector) you'll have to unplug it, re-plug it, then reboot your computer and try again.

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Hi, click on start and control panel. go to mouse properties. Try to look for a tab that says either touch or touchpad. you can change the sensitivity settings there. however if this doesnt work, this could only mean that this is a physical problem with the toucpad. try to apply pressure on the outer side of the touchpad. if it moves, you're gonna need a replacement palmrest.

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