Question about Averatec 6200 Notebook
Okay. Now I take it that the button is stuck in the depressed position? That's a physical (hardware) problem. You might be able to pop it back up again by attaching a fairly sticky piece of tape to it and pulling up on it, then carefully removing the tape. If this works, try not to press so hard on the button. If it doesn't work, you can either get the touchpad assembly replaced (not cheap), or just use a regular mouse (PS/2 or USB) with the notebook.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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