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Constant scrolling when trying to select a program

I have a Toshiba PSMB0A 01L00D and when i log on and try to select a program the cursor keeps scrolling rapidly

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You can go to control panel and then to mouse see if your settings have changed
is this if not try to do a system restore right click my computer properties you should see restore
then try to restore a an earlier date when you knew it worked
also try to clean the mouse pad
do a virus scan

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