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Category Science & Technology License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading... Once in the dialog box, click the tab that seems to be for your touchpad (the name varies from model to model). Go to your laptop manufacturer's web site and search for your model number and the words touchpad driver. Under Explore All Settings, click the one that says, make the mouse easier to use. have a peek here

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It usually involves holding down the Fn key (which is probably near the lower-left corner of the keyboard) while pressing another key. About Us Community Standards Contact Us Digital Edition Customer Service Gift Subscription Ad Choices Newsletters Privacy Policy RSS Terms of Service Agreement E-commerce Affiliate Relationships PCWorld CATEGORIES Business Laptops Mobile PC I have many things that used to work and now they don't. I let in re-install.

Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - Wireless mouse problem by turner1334 / March 22, 2010 1:01 AM PDT In reply to: "cleaned the registry" Thanks. I tried looking in "devices" to see if the device was being recognized, but the documentation said that a plug-in device is recognized automatically and would not appear in the device The obtuse Lenovo touchpad icon Unfortunately, not all touchpad icons are easy to figure out. Hp Laptop Touchpad Not Working Loading...

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