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Lenovo X220 trackpad w/ XP not working. Buttons work, mouse button works, USB mouse works???

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    James Earl Nov 01, 2012

    After all the thoughtful solutions and none of them have worked. I've even opened it up and checked the physical connections, all looks good. I'm thinking it's probably the motherboard

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