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Powerbook 12" 867 Trackpad not working


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My hard drive recently died. I had it replaced and I formatted/installed from a newer 10.4 disk. I did software update. I can't remember if I did this all with the BT mouse or not.

My question is since the trackpad preferences are not there, does every new OS disk come with these, or should I erase and rebuild from the original install disk and then update?
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