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Solved: Windows 7 synaptics left click acts like right click

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by kyfarmgrl67, Sep 17, 2011.

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  1. kyfarmgrl67

    kyfarmgrl67 Thread Starter

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    Windows 7 synaptics left click acts like right click after reboot and the right click doesn't work at all. I've downloaded the most recent driver & searched for a solution online but haven't found anyone who has fixed this issue. Did everyone just give up or am I not patient enough & haven't dug deep enough. If I use a USB mouse there are no problems it just seems to be with the built-in after I've used the USB mouse.
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  2. TheShooter93

    TheShooter93 Cody Malware Specialist

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    Click Start.

    Click Control Panel.

    Click Mouse.

    Under Buttons(tab), you can configure the setting the settings for the track pad.
     
  3. kyfarmgrl67

    kyfarmgrl67 Thread Starter

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    There is a problem with Windows 7 64 bit & Adobe Flash Player 10.3. I downloaded Adobe Flash Player 11 as I read somewhere else but that didn't help, either, so I downloaded Mozilla Firefox, uninstalled Adobe FP 11 & reinstalled FP 10 and everything works in Firefox.
    Thanks!
     
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    TheShooter93 Cody Malware Specialist

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    You're welcome. (y)

    If you're satisfied, you can go ahead and mark this thread as solved by clicking the "Mark Solved" button in the top-left corner of the thread.
     
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