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Check your model for a mouse pad disable key. A lot of times it is right above the mouse pad (and is easily bumped) or a function key. It generally looks like a symbol of two mousepads with the second one having a line drawn through it.
Try pressing this button or holding in the Fn key (lower left hand corner) and pressing the function key and see if that resolves your issue.
If not make sure mouse drivers are installed and working properly.
If none of this helps, please post your model and Windows version.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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