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Touchpad goes crazy and right clicker does not work

Yes...mmm I try using the right button but it does not work and the touch`pad somehow clicks everything that passes by


PS: my laptop was not used in like 3 months...does that make any of this sense?

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Possibly dust might have infiltrated into your touchpad. If you have the necesarry technical experience you could remove the touchpad and clean it and re-install it. another option would be to replace it or otherwise plug-in an external mouse and use that. Thanks.

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