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Hi, my laptop mouse pad works fine but at the side and bottom where i can use it to scroll down the page wont work, can sum one tell me how to get it back again, thank you

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Go to the control panel > mouse and pointing devices > go to device settings tab > highlight the touchpad listed and click on settings > look half way down the list where it say "scrolling" click on that and make sure both vertical and horizontal scrolling is checked. If it is and the scrolling still doesn't work,

go to control panel > device manager > scroll down to mouse and pointing devices > highlight the touchpad and disable it > wait 45 seconds, then re-enable it > hit apply and ok. Reboot

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