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    touchpad worn out , needs to be replaced or use a usb mouse

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Hello there
1) Rail fail, on the connector on touch pad, or is broke or lose.
2) water came on connector , have to replace.
3) drivers for the touch pad, are not correct installed.

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Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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