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Acer d150 left trackpad button not clicking/working

Touchpad moves mouse but can't click. left mouse button not working. right mouse button working. Not an Fn+F7 issue!!!

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Go to control panel click on mouse and set for right handed

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To get started with this product, complete the following steps.
Turn the laptop on by pressing the Power button located above the keyboard.
Locate the touchpad.
You use the touchpad much like you would use a mouse.
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It responds as you move your finger across its surface.
Move your finger across the touchpad to move the cursor.


Locate the bar below the touchpad.
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Clicking on the left end of the bar has the same effect as left-clicking with a mouse.
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Use the keyboard like you would use a desktop keyboard.
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Click on the Windows icon in the lower left side of the screen to access programs.
Make sure your wireless switch is turned on, if you want to access the Internet.
Then locate a wireless network.
Windows may automatically detect and display a list of available networks.
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