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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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You can try the steps below and this definately should fix the issue.

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Uninstall the touchpad driver:
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6. Right click on it and run as administrator.
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Please do not forget to rate the solution.

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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
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1. Locate “Input device drivers” and click on (+) sign next to it.
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7. Click on allow and follow the simple instructions to update the touchpad driver.

Please do not forget to rate the solution.

Regards,
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