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If you can plug a USB mouse in for the meantime, it might help.
Otherwise you can use the Windows, TAb and arrow keys to navigate.
If you think the driver is actually installed and it's turned off:
Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Device Settings, then click on the touchpad in the list and click enable.
If you don't think it is installed, download Belarc advisor. It'll tell you everything you'll need, in order to download the correct driver for your laptop. But I suspect you will find the appropriate driver here:
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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