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IF IT IS A NEW HP LAPTOP LOOK FOR A BUMP IN THE LEFT SIDE TOP CORNER OF TOUCH PAD ( MOUSE PAD ) DOUBLE TAP ON THAT AREA THEN U WILL NOTICE A LED LIGHT GLOWING NEAR TO THAT...THEN TOUCH PAD IS DISABLED,DOUBLE TAP ON THAT BUMP TO ENABLE TOUCH PAD
those mouse options, speed, buttons, tapping to click - should still apply to the touch pad - see if
Have a look at a TAB called Pointer Options - that will enable you to slow and speed up the touch pad response
there is a key combination that enables/disables the touch pad. it's the Fn key + the function key that shows a little mouse icon in blue at the top of your keyboard. on Fujitsu this would be Fn+F6 for instance. if this doesn't work, it is possible that the touch pad has been turned off in the BIOS setup. you will have to enter the BIOS and enable or automate the "internal pointing device"
If it is on your touch pad it will be indicated with a small vertical bar, on the right hand side. Slide along that to scroll.
If it doesn't work, then the laptop doesnt have one, and you'll have to use the scroll bar at the side of a web page. (double tap but keep hold on the second tap, this indicates holding down a click) then move up or down as required.
There is not a whole lot of information that you are giving us. There would be two reasons the touchpad does not work...one, there is a small button above the touchpad and if it is red (orange) the pad is off and you have to tap that button until the light turns blue. If the light is blue, then the tapping part of the pad has been turned off in mouse properties. Open control panel > mouse Properties > device settings > click on settings button and enable tapping. All other touchpad settings are in there to modify also.