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If you reinstalled the operating system (Windows), make sure to install the latest touchpad driver for your laptop and your OS by downloading it through support.dell.com. Afterwards, go to the Control Panel, open the Mouse settings, then the touchpad tab/option. Confirm that touch check is selected/enabled. You can also try to decrease touchpad senstivity a bit, though usually, enabling touch check should help since this will make sure the touchpad is actually being engaged before it responds. Let me know how it goies.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
Try reinstalling your mouse driver. Go to Control Panel, pick Mouse, and depending on your version of windows, pick the options to allow you to reinstall the driver. On some computers, there are mouse settings in separate software that came with the mouse.
Last resort is to try to find a more compatible mouse.
This blog talks about logitech mouse problems, and has other information about this problem and might help you:
Good luck, hope this helps, and thanks for using FixYa.
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