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Unless your touchpad itself has gone bad, this is most likely a driver issue. You didn't specify the model of your laptop, so I'll just have to tell you to go to your laptop manufacturer's website, go into their support section, enter in your laptop model, and download the touchpad drivers.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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