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Cursor on dell e1505 won,t move

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The sensitivity on the Touchpad may be too light. Go into Control Panel and click on Touchpad/keyboard to reduce the sensivity level. Also, you can also look at the settings in the Mouse Icon while you are in Control Panel again to check the sensitivity.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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To be able to click on control panel options when your cursor does not move would require an EXTERNAL mouse. On notebook PCs, you will need a USB mouse.
It's a;so possible to use just the keyboard by pressing TAB and the arrow keys to switch between icons but is very difficult. USB mouse is the way to go. Most likely, you will have to disconnect the USB mouse at some point during troubleshooting to test the touchpad.

Posted on Aug 14, 2011

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