The right click button on my laptop has stopped working

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The right click button on my laptop has stopped working. I checked the control panel settings they are ok. Using an Advent Roma 2000 with windows 7.

Any ideas on how to fix?

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Answered By 20 points N/A #91739

The right click button on my laptop has stopped working

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Dear Honey Morgan,

First of all you have to check,

Did you feel any change in the button as?

1. Position?

2. Hardness?

3. Does it go down as usual?

4. Is your touch pad gave same effects on pushing right button? 

If yes then this is a Hardware Issue and you will have to visit a workshop of Laptops, if you won't like to bring your Laptop out there in Workshop then, I relieve think the safest result is enabling a touchpad predicament as the equalize add. I prudent the junior change because is the higher one to the existent adding and intuitively you'd require to go there.

Answered By 562865 points N/A #91740

The right click button on my laptop has stopped working

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Since the problem is with the right-click button of the touchpad of your laptop, try reinstalling its driver. You need to uninstall and then install back the driver to possibly fix any corrupt files. But first, download the touchpad driver from ADVENT Roma 2000 (I50IL1) Touchpad Drivers. Agree to the terms by checking “Check box to agree to terms and conditions” then click “Download file”.

This is, by the way, done on Windows XP. Since you are using Windows 7, just adapt the instructions on your computer. Once downloaded, click Start, Control Panel, and then “Add or Remove Programs”. Scroll down and select the touchpad driver then click Remove or Uninstall. If it is not listed among the programs, right-click My Computer then select Properties. Select Hardware tab then click Device Manager.

Expand “Mice and other pointing devices”, right-click on your touchpad, and then select Uninstall.

When uninstall is complete, restart your computer. Next, when Windows detects your touchpad and prompts you to install its driver, run the installer you downloaded then test your touchpad afterwards. See if this fixes the problem. If the touchpad doesn’t have any problem physically, it should work after installing the driver. But if not, you probably need to replace your touchpad.

Bring your laptop to a qualified service technician for proper servicing. Additionally, to download other drivers for your laptop, go to ADVENT Roma 2000 Windows 7 Downloads.

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