Pritamkoo7, do U have a Dell computer? I do and there is no easy solution - just type Dell touchpad problems in Google and see all the problems that people are having with all makes and models. I am extremely upset with Dell over this because some of these complaints date back to 2004 and they STILL haven't corrected it yet. Haven't found a solution yet - my cursor takes "trips" on it's own and the left button sometimes will not click - or acknowledge that it is being clicked - and I have found that clicking the right button and then clicking the left button again gets it working; temperarily. I need answers also.
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this is due to the driver missing or uninstalation of the touchpad you must try to reinstall the driver again. for any harware problem you can check the status in DEVICE MANAGER present in CONTROL PANNEL(WINDOWS VISTA) for WINDOWS XP you can search this application in windows search.
Will your laptop work properly with an external mouse? If so, check your touchpad settings in "Control Panel" by selecting "Mouse". Here you can reassign your Buttons. Try setting your Right Button function to "Double Click". If the "Double Click" function works on your Right Button then chances are you have a problem with your Touchpad Assembly which means it will have to be replaced. Dell refers to it as a "Palmrest" which they will replace if still under warranty.