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Click here if the laptop's physical left and right click buttons work, but the touchpad surface doesn't (i.e. you can't move the cursor)
Click here if moving the cursor using the touchpad surface works, but the clicking feature doesn't (or if only the physical left and right click buttons don't work)
Click here if the cursor is not moving properly.
Click here if you have recently installed or uninstalled the touchpad driver.
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If you cannot tap on your laptop's touchpad, but the physical left and right click buttons are working properly, the Tap to click option might be disabled.
To access the Tap to click option:
Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse -> Device Settings -> Settings -> Tapping -> check Enable tapping and apply the changes
System Preferences -> Trackpad -> Point & Click -> check the box next to Tap to click
Note: If this option was already enabled, disable it and re-enable it again.
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