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Hi, I have hp entertainment note book Pavilion dv4 1106em. I am facing touch pad problem, my touch pad starts moving randomly when i place my finger over it, i have tried many setting like lowering the sensitivity of syneptic touch pad etc. but it does n't work, when i restart my computer, touch pad works well, after some time it loses control and starts even clicking randomly. can anybody help me? please

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You should be able to disable it altogether,thing about another mouse,common manufacturers fault
Change operating system (to Linux!)
reinstall OS

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