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Mouse on my dell computer is lock up.

Keyboard is working but mouse pad is not. anyone know how to unlock mouse pad?

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You could unlock it from, dell touchpad icon (you will find it beside the clock in the bottom right),after you open it you will find options for external mouse and such that, you will know your way for unlocking your touchpad.

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