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Had a similar problem with my Dell c610. Like you I could make it come and go at will, although making it "go" was harder than making it happen! I think that it is a poor design (either case or motherboard layout) problem, which I think actually "short circuits" something - didn't bother to find out what - when pressure is applied in a certain area around the touchpad. In the end with mine, I opened the laptop and placed insulating material (cut open an anti static bag from an old video card, cut a piece to what I thought was a suitable size) and just lay it over the motherboard, around the touchpad "sensitive" area. Basically insulating the motherboard / touchpad from each otherwhat was below it. After that no more problems until I upgraded to a newer laptop, 2 years later.
Had a similar problem with my Dell c610. Like you I could make it come and go at will, although making it "go" was harder than making it happen! I think that it is a poor design (either case or motherboard layout) problem, which I think actually "short circuits" something - didn't bother to find out what - when pressure is applied in a certain area around the touchpad. In the end with mine, I opened the laptop and placed insulating material (cut open an anti static bag from an old video card, cut a piece to what I thought was a suitable size) and just lay it over the motherboard, around the touchpad "sensitive" area. Basically insulating the motherboard / touchpad from each otherwhat was below it. After that no more problems until I upgraded to a newer laptop, 2 years later.

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Hi,
 
Had a similar problem with my Dell c610. Like you I could make it come and go at will, although making it "go" was harder than making it happen! I think that it is a poor design (either case or motherboard layout) problem, which I think actually "short circuits" something - didn't bother to find out what - when pressure is applied in a certain area around the touchpad. In the end with mine, I opened the laptop and placed insulating material (cut open an anti static bag from an old video card, cut a piece to what I thought was a suitable size) and just lay it over the motherboard, around about the area where pressure caused the problem to occurtouchpad "sensitive" area. Basically insulating the motherboard / touchpad from what is above it. Aftereach other. After that no more problems until I upgraded to a newer laptop, 2 years later.
Had a similar problem with my Dell c610. Like you I could make it come and go at will, although making it "go" was harder than making it happen! I think that it is a poor design (either case or motherboard layout) problem, which I think actually "short circuits" something - didn't bother to find out what - when pressure is applied in a certain area around the touchpad. In the end with mine, I opened the laptop and placed insulating material (cut open an anti static bag from an old video card, cut a piece to what I thought was a suitable size) and just lay it over the motherboard, around about the area where pressure caused the problem to occurtouchpad "sensitive" area. Basically insulating the motherboard / touchpad from what is above it. Aftereach other. After that no more problems until I upgraded to a newer laptop, 2 years later.

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Hi,

Had a similar problem with my Dell c610. Like you I could make it come and go at will, although making it "go" was harder than making it happen! I think that it is a poor design (either case or motherboard layout) problem, which I think actually "short circuits" something - didn't bother to find out what -  when pressure is applied in a certain area around the touchpad. In the end with mine, I opened the laptop and placed insulating material (cut open an anti static bag from an old video card, cut a piece to what I thought was a suitable size) and just lay it over the motherboard, around about the area where pressure caused the problem to occur. Basically insulating the motherboard from what is above it. After that no more problems until I upgraded to a newer laptop, 2 years later.

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