To solve this problem, follow these steps:
1. Open the start menu, and click "control panel"
2. In the search bar for the control panel, type "mouse"
3. The first result will be the word "mouse" in green, with a bunch of other topics underneith. Click on the top word "mouse" in green.
4. Clicking this will bring you to a popup menu titled "Mouse Properties"
5. Click on the tab in the top row of tabs called "Device Settings"
6. The window it brings you to, will have a white box with your touchpad name in it. Underneath this window, there will be a button for setting. Click it.
7. This will pop up with another window, that has a list of different settings to click, such as "Overview", "Pointing" and "Buttons". Hit the + button right beside the word "Pointing".
8. In the menu that opens, click the + button beside "Sensitivity"
9. From that menu, click "Palmcheck"
10. From this menu, in the "Palmcheck" window, drag the slider from the middle, all the way down to the minimum. Hit okay, and you're all set!
*Note that, when you arent playing a game, you should put this slider back to the middle, because, even just from typing these steps, ive noticed a difference. If you even brush your palm against the touch pad while typing, it will click wherever your cursor is.