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My dell inspiton touchpad scroll on the bottom and the side has stoped working what can i do (it does when i format my laptop)plz help

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You should go to Dell's website and look for drivers for your specific model. Usually you will need the correct drivers for this to function properly. Once you've downloaded and installed them, do a reboot and your scroll bars should work correctly again.

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