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Try the following: 1. If your computer is running on Windows, try to boot into Safe Mode (you need to press F8 continuously upon boot-up then choose Safe Mode) and check if your Touchpad left clicker. If it works ok, then a software problem is causing the Touchpad to delay like that. Try reading this guide to solve it. 2. If Step 1 above doesn't work, try to use a compressed can of air to clean the Touchpad clicker and see if same issue occurs.
If still no go, this is a sign that your Touchpad is already wearing out and it needs to be replaced.
You had the right idea, but you are pressing the wrong keys.
Turn off your computer by holding down power button for 10 seconds. Press and hold zero key and press your power button one time. (do not let go of zero key) If done correctly, you will hear a series of beeping. When you hear this, release the zero key. You will be asked with a warning screen if you wish to continue. Select yes. Select recovery for factory default and hit next. Then select recover out of state box. Then, select next. You will continue on, click next and this should start recovery!
If you meant something else, please send me a comment and i will look into it for you!
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I think the mouse setting is set to left handed and the right clicker is the main clicker and the left is the context menu key. Knowing this, you should follow these steps. 1. Go to "Control Panel" 2. Click "Printers and Other Hardware" 3. Click "Mouse" 4. Go to the "Buttons" tab and switch the setting to right handed