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Hi I have a Sony Vaio FS760. The touch pad of my laptop is fine but its right and left click buttons are not working. Help me

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Start button > settings > control panel > Mouse properties >device settings > click on the device listed and click settings. Click on buttons in the left pane and make sure the buttons are enabled. If they aren't click on the box to enable and hit apply, then ok.

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