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Touch pad not working

My touchpad will move around the screen but it will no longer stop by tapping it. The left and right buttons work but the tapping of the pad has ceased to work. Any help there?

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That's a sign that the synaptic touch pad needs to be replaced. Eventually they wear out.

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