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MacBook Pro - trackpad too sensitive

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I have a 2006 MacBook Pro that has worked well until just recently, the problem now is the trackpad. If I try and move the cursor somewhere it simply highlights everything and tries to move the lot. I have tried the adjustments under system preferences without any luck.
Does anyone know if this is a software or hardware issue?
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