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Please try the following to fix the problem, 1.)Did we accidently press the button to 'enable/Disable' the touch pad/mouse?, for most of the machines its fn-f9. 2.)Try plugging in an external mouse to see if you can get back your mouse functionality. 3.)There can be a problem with the touch pad, try reinstalling the drivers again.
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You didn't mention which OS (or a specific touchpad) but in Windows most of the modifiable settings for a touchpad are in the mouse settings within the control panel. Many touchpad drivers will add an extra tab at the top of the mouse settings just for this purpose (in the case of Synaptics - Device Settings).
Uninstall the driver from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the touch pad and reinstall the drive automatically. If this doesn't work, check the touch pad connection, they will sometimes work loose ar get a little dirt/corrosion build up. The connection is under the keyboard. At this point, if it's still not working, then it has failed and will need replaced.