Keep us posted. One of the steps provided should help.
Does this happen with a mouse? Test that if you haven't.
Do you have the latest touchpad software installed and configured in Settings > Devices > Touchpad and also in the Additional Settings there at the right side of the page to open Mouse Properties and look at the last tab where the Touchpad software installs
I'd uninstall mouse and touchpad software in Device Manager, then restart PC using keyboard to Ctrl Alt Del, on blue screen tab to Power Icon in bottom right, press Enter, arrow down to Restart, press Enter to restart to reinstall the driver.
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