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It could be trouble with Motherboard or the chip under the track pad.
Try to re-install the mouse driver. and try to check.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2012
It's kind of hard to tell without actually looking at it,but
as skotkoir sez, replacing it with a good used on is probably the better way to go. Sounds like you have one of two problems. Either there is something (foreign objects, food, soft drink residue) that is binding up the buttons and/or making them sticky; or something has broken in the assembly. Not much that you can fix.
Posted on May 08, 2008
SOURCE: drifting cursor
Drifting of the mouse pointer is a well known occurance with laptops and is not something you can "fix" (occasionally you will be lucky and the manufacturer will release a patch, but this is very rare)
Posted on May 26, 2008
I had this issue and resolved it by doing the following:
-Open the start menu by using the windows button
-Use the arrow keys to highlight run and press enter
-Type 'control panel' and press enter, find the mouse properties and enter
-From the buttons tab in mouse properties, go to double click speed and change to slow and confirm the changes
-At this point it probably still wont work, so do the above again but change the double click settings to fast and confirm.
-Restart your PC and this should resolve the matter. you can alter the double click speed again if you wish :)
Hope this helps,
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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