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09-27-2021 10:35 AM - last edited on 09-27-2021 11:36 AM by MayS
Product: HP Elitebook
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
I have an HP Elitebook that is clicking every time the I use the touchpad to drag the cursor around. If I drag the cursor from point A to point B, Four diagonal red lines surround the cursor and the computer plays back a 'pop' sound to indicate clicking. It does this every time I drag and release the cursor, even if I have not deliberately 'tapped' or clicked the touchpad.
It's really frustrating as it's essentially the equivalent of clicking at random.
If someone can tell me how to remove this, I would appreciate it.
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