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Dell I1720 Touchpad will not save settings. every time I reboot I have to manualy bump up the touchpad speed.

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    the provided links are dead. please fix.

  • Siegmund Baptistella May 21, 2009

    I have allready installed this driver version (7.1.102.7) and have the same problem.

    Siggi

  • Siegmund Baptistella May 21, 2009

    On my DELL 1720 Touchpad, the settings are not stored after reboot the system. I use the driver version: 7.1.102.7

    Siggi


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Click this if your computer runs on windows vista or this if it runs on windows XP. Run the file to update or reinstall your touchpad driver. Reboot when prompted and readjust the touchpad settings. Restart to check if the settings are kept.

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Try changing the pointer speed of your touchpad:

1. Go to Control Panel
2. Select Mouse
3. Click Pointer Options
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I have a dell insipron 1545, the mouse keys below the touchpad have stopped working in normal mode but will work in safe mode. I have Windows Vista


It seems to be a conflict with Touchpad drivers. For once, you can try a System Restore to resolve this issue. Else, you need to install the Dell touchpad drivers and application from the Dell support website to resolve this. You can download the drivers from the link after you select the correct Operating system version: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/driverslist.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs&ServiceTag=&SystemID=INSPIRON1545&os=WLH&osl=en&catid=&impid=. Save the file on desktop and right click on it, to Run as Administrator. Install the drivers and reboot your system. Now your Touchpad should work normally even in safemode.

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This is going to sound really weird but I found a fix. I've got a Dell studio XPS laptop and was getting annoyed by the same phenomenon. I discovered the problem was more common when my thumbs were close to/touching the touchpad. I cranked down the sensitivity of my touchpad and things got a lot better. Probably works for many different kinds of laptops.

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Mouse Control Panel: Dell Touchpad Tab: Click to change Dell Touchpad Settings: Touchpad Settings: Touchpad Sensitivity: Move it from near "Light Touch" to the middle.

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The touchpad on my Inspiron 1521 will not left click. The cursor will move on screen and the right click button is still functional but the left button has lost all sensitivity. Any ideas on how to fix it?


Hi,
You can try the steps below:
Download and install the latest touchpad driver:
Uninstall the touchpad driver:
1.Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
2.When the Control Panel window appears, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
3.Locate the software for your keyboard or mouse in the list below.
Microsoft IntelliPoint software
Logitech software
DellTouch software
Synaptics software
Alps software
Set Point software
4.Click to highlight the device name and then click the Remove button.
5.Follow the prompts to uninstall the input device driver/software.

Download and Install the Latest Touchpad Driver Available:
Please follow the link below to install the latest touchpad driver.
http://tinyurl.com/4o6gq9

1.Locate “Input device drivers” and click on (+) sign next to it.
2.Select “Touchpad”, click Download Now. You may receive a warning and an option to run or save the file.
3.Click Save.
4.When the Save As window appears, designate a folder (desktop) to save the file that is being downloaded, and then click Save.
5.When the download is complete, go to desktop and locate the same file.
6.Right click on it and run as administrator.
7.Click on allow and follow the simple instructions to update the touchpad driver.
Please do not forget to rate the solution.
Regards,
Musheer.

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I have dell inspiron 1525, the left touch pad key is not working..i did sray some dust remover spray thinking it might be a dust issue..it did work after that for couple of hours but then stopped...


Hi,

You can try the steps below to fix the issue.

Download and install the latest touchpad driver:
Uninstall the touchpad driver:
1. Click the Start button, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
2. When the Control Panel window appears, double-click the Add or Remove Programs icon.
3. Locate the software for your keyboard or mouse in the list below.
• Microsoft IntelliPoint software
• Logitech software
• DellTouch software
• Synaptics software
• Alps software
• Set Point software
4. Click to highlight the device name and then click the Remove button.
5. Follow the prompts to uninstall the input device driver/software.
Download and Install the Latest Touchpad Driver Available:
Please follow the link below to install the latest touchpad driver.

http://tinyurl.com/3vlce4

1. Locate “Input device drivers” and click on (+) sign next to it.
2. Select “Touchpad”, click Download Now. You may receive a warning and an option to run or save the file.
3. Click Save.
4. When the Save As window appears, designate a folder (desktop) to save the file that is being downloaded, and then click Save.
5. When the download is complete, go to desktop and locate the same file.
6. Right click on it and run as administrator.
7. Click on allow and follow the simple instructions to update the touchpad driver.

Please do not forget to rate the solution.

Regards,
Musheer.

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My inspiron 1525 has a keyboard problem everytime i am typing it jumps back do you have any idea what's going on?


I've been struggling with this issue as well. I type really fast so I thought i was inadvertantly hitting the touchpad and moving the cursor. Maybe, maybe not. But today I discovered that changing one of the dafault settings for the touchpad has eliminating the jumping cursor trouble and I can type fast again without constantly checking my screen to see which line I'm actually typing in.

Here's what I did: Go to the control panel and the mouse and click on the icon for the touchpad and uncheck the touchpad setting "tap to click"

I also put my speed and sensitivity about in the mid-range. (Another suggestion that didn't work was to make my touchpad less sensitive).

Happy typing!

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you probably just need to clean touchpad
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please rate me
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the above link is not working right now so just go to www.dell.com then select "downloads" and then select your computer model and download the latest touchpad driver!!
then your problem is solved..

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