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Old 11-15-2012, 05:55 PM
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I am repairing a Dell inspirion 6400 at the moment, and the left and right mouse buttons on the mousepad stopped working. It works fine with a usb mouse but i cant find a solution anywhere.The mousepad itself works fine and moves around the screen. I have downloaded drivers, took the laptop apart to see was anything out of place, and checked for answers online,but to no avail.

I am also working on a dell inspirion 510m with the " 9,o,l, and . keys" on the keyboard not working. On the keyboard these keys are in a diagonal to each other so this may have had a bearing on things. Just wondering if anyone has a fix for either of my problems. Any help would be greatly appreciated, John
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Old 11-15-2012, 05:58 PM
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The 510 is a bad keyboard. You can try reseating the keyboard cable to the mobo, but it is likely a futile effort.

As far as the touchpad buttons go, it could be the button daughter card, the touchpad, or the cabling between the two.
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Old 11-15-2012, 06:26 PM
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for the 6400, you said you downloaded the drivers. Did you open the touchpad control settings and check the if the buttons have been disabled?

I would also try going to the device manager and deleted the synaptic drivers - the reinstall the drivers.
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