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Self-clicking curser fixable?


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edgarduck

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Ok i know its not the mouse. Im using a laptop. this thing ruins everything it can. Typing this has become a real pain in the [bleep]. Can anyone tell me if theres a way to save this laptop from being thrown into the nearest volcano.
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Ztruker

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If you connect an external mouse, does the problem still occur?

Some Touchpads are very sensitive, especially if you have Click to Tap (or equivalent) enabled. Just brushing the pad while tyoing can cause a mouse click. On my laptp and several others I've worked on, this can be disabled by right clicking on the Touchpad icon in the System Tray. If not, use Mouse setting in Control Panel.
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thanks grampa. I actually just installed the original drivers and it works just fine. like new i must say.
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