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Left click not working HP Pavillion Alps touchpad

The left click stopped working a few days ago and I have done everything HP has suggested. Thoughts?

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  • cchasse Jan 19, 2009

    The computer is brand new

  • cchasse Jan 19, 2009

    Thanks for trying however I was trying to avoid shipping my laptop

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The left click button gets the most wear and tear on the palmrest. If out of warranty, you have a couple options.

1. Replace the palmrest assy
2. Use a mouse

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  • IQUIT Jan 19, 2009

    if it is brand new and none of teh troubleshooting steps HP gave yuo resolve the issue, then the touchpad should be replaced under warranty.



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