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did you spill anything on it? it seems that it is shorted by some liquid. you have to take ity apart and dry it up. use a solvent or aclohol then a hair drier to make sure no water resedue is left in it
Did you check the settings for the left and right buttons under the mouse properties. Normally the left should be set on Click and the right should be set on Shortcut. If it's set to NONE then it will be inoperable. Better yet you can click the Default tab for buttons. Otherwise, it sounds like your touch pad needs to be replaced. The immediate remedy to this is to just go purchase a USB mouse and voila, you'll have the ability to left and right click.
Hi, dry it using hair blower to make sure the moist go. To fix your mouse left button, try to unscrew the mouse casing and see to it that by clicking it really contacting with the switch button. Wear and tear also damage the solder of the switch button. it will be fixed by re-soldering the mouse switch if loosen.
left click is membran switch it was fix in motherboard
need to replace it .
for tapping control you can set as per your comfort from
start menu ---> setting ---> control panel ---->mouse
in "Buttons" tab select double click speed and check it right side yellow folder open and close when you tapping
I had the same problem. It is pretty easy to fix.
You have one of two options to follow.
1) Push down moderately hard on the left mouse button. After 2 mins or so, and the cap should back on to the button on the bottom
2) if number 1 doesn't work get a needle or pin and lift the left mouse button off. Then just apply very little, not even a drop, maybe half of a drop to the button and apply the cap back on and push down.
If only the one button is loose then touch pad assembly probably will require replacement. This isn't a big job but usually involves opening the case. Two screws and one connector and button it back up. If the laptop is new you should have this covered by warranty. Cost of the part should be about $30-$70 as well as labor.
If you are lucky you might just have a loose fitting button that you can snap back in to place. With the laptop off try to gently push/wiggle the button down. It might pop back into its mounts. If this works (slight chance) then it might work normally for a while and pop out again. It won't have fixed the wear that let it come loose.