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Right click/context menus do not work.

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Probably have a bad mouse button on your palmrest. Try using an external mouse... does it right-click? If it works fine then you have a bad mouse button and will probably need a new palmrest to fix it.

If it still fails to right click with another mouse, then it is just a software setting in your PC, check your settings in control panel in the mouse options.

Good Luck.

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