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Hp pavilion dv4 left buttom not work

I've a hp dv4 laptop. The left button not work and the touch pad no longer acknowledges that i'm tapping on it but the cursor moves on the sreen i download the mouse driver and the problem persist. Somebody who help me with this problem thanks

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Left click is membran switch it was fix in motherboard
need to replace it .


for tapping control you can set as per your comfort from
start menu ---> setting ---> control panel ---->mouse
in "Buttons" tab select double click speed and check it right side yellow folder open and close when you tapping

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