Question about Computers & Internet
If you are good enough in opening the casing of a laptop & then safely closing it back,then you may try opening the casing & the keyboard.The mouse touch pad is usually a seperate unit attached with MB with a thin film cable.You have to carefully remove it from its connector & then try cleaning it with any cleaning spray.I am not very optimistic about it as usually the "touchpad" is a sealed unit & the tiny microswitches will be sealed inside the housing!
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
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