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You can use Mousk. With Mousk you can use the arrow keys as mousepointer
and some other keys as the left and right mouse buttons.
Not a replacement for a mouse but at least you can navigate your
Yes, dell will relace the faulty part absoultely free, if your laptop is under warrienty, you need call to dell technical support and log a call, you have to provide your system service tag when you are talking to Dell person. Make sure you sould not loose the key rubber, you need to submit that to Dell Engineer
I used to get this problem. It is VERY annoying as you must know. try pushing the windows icon button in the top right corner of your keyboard(thats where it is on my keyboard)then use your arrow keys to scroll up to control panel, select mouse by using arrow keys and then use the tab and arrow keys to open the mouse keypad pagetab and push enable and enter key to turn it on.
IF WHEN YOU DO THAT AND your in the touchpad properties but there is no 'enable' and it says no hardware detected, then go into the same mouse window from the control panel and go to the hardware tab and either try to update driver or use the trouble shoot button.