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I could not find if there is a switch on your Laptop for this, but re-installing drivers may help..
Open the Control Panel, then 'System' and then 'Hardware' then 'Device Manager'. Click on Pointing Devices, find your touchpad and/or mouse then choose to uninstall the driver (right click). After uninstall (you may have to use the keyboard only at this point), totally power down.
Boot back up and let Windows "find" your mouse and/or touchpad and it will automatically reinstall the drivers. If it asks you to reboot again, do it.
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