Question about Samsung R610-64G Laptop
Does this issue persist even after rebooting? Is the same true when using a usb mouse?
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Depending on the button type there is usual a mechanism that sometimes fails not allowing the button come back up. This will require a part replacement and work will need to be done by a professional Laptop Tech
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Posted on May 24, 2010
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Click the Windows "Start" button or press the "Windows" key. The "Start" menu opens.
Type "Cursor blink" in the "Search programs and file" text box.
A list opens.
Click "Change Cursor Blink Rate." The "Keyboard Properties" window opens.
Click the "Speed" tab. A list of options appears.
The "Cursor Blink Rate" section shows a "Cursor Blink Rate" slider displaying a range from "None" to "Fast."
Click and drag the slider button to the "None" area in the far left portion of the "Cursor Blink Rate" scale.
Click "OK." The cursor stops flickering on the screen.
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