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    Exclamation MacBook Pro Win7/OSX OS's Installed
    First post here because this is probaly the first issue I've had when installing Windows 7 to dual boot on a MacBook Pro.

    If anyone has any suggestions to this topic. I'd appreciate them and thank them in advance.

    Fresh clean copy of Win7 was installed on my MacBook Pro. It dual boots just fine... etc etc. The problem I am having is the mouse tends to autoclick on its own when moving around the screen. Or, i double click and it clicks a third time or sometimes 2 more times and opens the next file/folder in the folder trees.

    Ive installed all compatible drivesr for the track pad, different configurations on the mouse and different hardware.

    If anyone has an idea of what could be causing this please let me know. Oh, and yes. I've reformatted the partition and re-installed Win7 3 times now.

    Thanks again in advanced! ^_^

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    Just a point of clarification - did you install the Boot Camp support package and then run the Apple Software Update (whilst running Windows) to get the latest version?

    I ask this because any old drivers will not do. You need to get the Apple trackpad drivers, or you'll have no end to trouble.
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