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Windows 7: mouse pad problems !!! really weird, need help

27 Jan 2010   #1

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mouse pad problems !!! really weird, need help

mouse pad problems !!!
hey... I'm having a really weird problem.
each time WINDOWS loads my "RIGHT-CLICK DOESN'T FUNCTION" at all, AND the "LEFT-CLICK acts as the RIGHT-click" .... tried mouse sittings reversing functions didn't work, however what happened is that "AFTER i press Ctrl-Alt-Delete then i close it, the left-click acts normally but still the RIGHT-click won't function" !!! and ONCE i RESTART the laptop the same thing happen all over again !! any ideas what is causing this ? and how i can fix this ?
i would really appreciate your help, thanks.

using: .toshiba L300 (almost new, got it 7 month back) (4gb ram/coredou...)
.OS: WIN-7

list of things i tried(i thot'd help,but didn't!!!:s): .restoring system
.scanning for viruses
.downloading new mouse pad driver

hope anyone can help ...

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27 Jan 2010   #2

Operating System Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600
 
 

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