i have a sony viao laptop since last 2 year ,and there has no problem sinse last years but my lap top key
(mouse button left & right/) is not proprly working .
So i can't understand that what's the main problem,is software (driver installed) problem here or any hardware problem.........
here one thing is noted that for some days only right key is properly worked. .............
please help me to justify solution for this problem.
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