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Mouse pad Satellite P-105-S6217. How do I disable the function where the mouse pad lights up blue and allows use of the shortcut items. I don't use them and it is very distracting when I accidentally activate it. Thank you.

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    Sandi Martinez Oct 12, 2008

    The only way out that I have been able to use, is alt ctrl del, and logoff. This is VERY annoying, and I have found no answer anywhere!

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The program that controls the functions on the pad is called Synaptics. If the small red Icon does not show on your task bar, you can find it in program files. I had the same issue and turned it off. I forgot how I had done it so it took me a while to remember where to go to turn it back on. Right click the icon and go to properties. Then go to device settings and you can disable it or change settings however you like. Hope this helps you.

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