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First, make sure your trackpad button is enabled... if that isn't the problem, then go to your device manager and check that there isn't a driver issue, if there is you'll see a little yellow triangle next to the category "Mice and other pointing devices".
If there is an issue, highlight your touchpad, then right click and choose "Uninstall Driver".
After the driver is uninstalled, go to your start menu and shut down the computer, then restart it and the new driver should automatically reload into the system.
If its not a driver issue, then its the touchpad itself and you'll have to contact a technician for repair/replacement.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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