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Dell inspiron 1545 and the touchpad

I have a dell inspiron 1545 and the touchpad is very awkward to move. it sticks evertime i move it. i was wondering how could i resolve this problem?

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A dirty pad will malfunction. FORTUNATELY, the 1545 usually has a good warranty, so before you wait any longer, get Dell on the phone and get it fixed. You will get it back in 10 days, like new.

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