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Touch pad freezing

When using the touch pad scroll for a couple minutes it freezes and I have to put my computer on stand by and then turn it back on and it works. I have to constantly do this throughout the time of using my laptop in one sitting. please help!

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  • Angelo Giannopoulos May 11, 2010

    what kind of laptop is it if its a newer 1 theres always a secret partition in it so u can reinstall windows just like you got it from the store .save ur docs 1st if theres an fn key on ur key board u might be in luck need the model # 1st .post back to me,check this 1st before formating ur hardrive, because it sounds like a virus problem

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