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Most likely, it already needs a replacement, but do try to uninstall and reinstall your touchpad driver and make sure your touchpad settings are correctly configured. you can also try to use the drivers and utilities CD from dell to run a test on the touchpad to see if they will respond to determine if it is a hardware level

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