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Can not use my touch pad it does not move. what can i do.

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Try to find a repair shop and tell them to diagnose your pad, because this is likely caused by a loose connector, and i would not recommend you disassembling it, because there is a high risk factor. Find a local repair shop, because they have a no damage gaurantee.

Posted on Jun 18, 2009

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