Re: click problem
- From: Michael Arm <marm@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2009 19:16:02 -0500
On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 19:01:30 GMT, "William R. Walsh"
Hi!I have a lightly used 2 yo 1505 laptop on which the right click on the
However, I have a new problem. The left click is getting difficult.
How much clicking and typing are you doing? It sounds like a lot!
If the button doesn't work, a cheap fix would be to tap the pad after
enabling the "tap to click" feature.
Is this part of the keyboard. If not, how can I fix this?
The touchpad is usually part of the palmrest assembly, remove that and
you'll be able to see the cabling, the buttons and the circuit board for the
pad itself. It will unplug from the motherboard.
Crud buildup is a possibility. Those little microswitches tend to last a
long, long time although I have seen them wear out much sooner than they
touch pad stopped working shortly after I gave it to my daughter. I
prefer a mouse. For the time being, we created a hot spot on the
touchpad to perform the right click.
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