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Left mouse button on touch pad not working

HP Pavilion dv 5000. Left mouse button on touch pad is not working. HP says it'll fix it for $298 and that the part is not user-replaceable. Really?

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  • poop_shrute Apr 16, 2009

    Same stupid problem. The entire touchpad is screwed up. Lousy hardware. I'm looking at schematics to see if I can take it apart and see underneath the thing. I suspect the left button doesn't work because it's not making electrical contact.
    Replacing drivers did diddly - in fact it got worse, the damn computer did NOT find the mouse pad and I had to go to Synaptics, find the drivers, and manually install the suckers.

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Have u tried to check it on the control panel/mouse options.

if its not working though i guess the have reason about that.

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