40% Of My Trackpad Is in a Dead Zone?

This is my first time posting here so I apologize if I don’t do everything exactly to the rules first try but regardless, the left and right sides of my trackpad have a MASSIVE dead zone. The areas work fine on Windows and those sides work when scrolling horizontally for some reason but not vertically. Is there any way to disable this feature entirely from libinput or is there no way to fix this? I wasn’t able to find anything online that was made in the last 10 years that gave me a fix for this.

My laptop is a Dell Precision 7510 with an ALPS Dualpoint Trackpad. It seems ALPS in general, is a bit of a trouble spot for Linux as my other two laptops also struggle, although with different problems entirely. Any information on this topic would be greatly appreciated!

Have you tried installing

sudo pacman -S xf86-input-synaptics

Edit: Maybe reboot after before trying the track pad.

That does work but comes with its own fair share of downsides, it’s just gonna have to work I guess, thanks.