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What do i do about ghost clicking

Ghost clicking...or so they call it. essentially, rapid clicking centered near the left of the screen. it makes the laptop completely useless

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Turn off touchpad and use wireless mouse till you can replace touchpad.

Posted on Mar 22, 2014

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    sophia choohen Mar 27, 2014

    its the screen that is the problem. replacing the touchpad wouldnt change anything. thankyou though

  • Greg Baldwin Mar 28, 2014

    Then have been issues with windows updates. Assuming it is not a hardware failure. Uninstall the touchpad driver update or any windows update just prior to the issue happening

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