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I want to deactivate the ''blue button''?

How do I deactivate the blue keyboard button from acting like a the select/enter button? I want continue using it to move the cursor, however it is so sensitive it thinks that I am always trying to select things.

Thanks for your help.

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  • Flippz Nov 27, 2008

    I have XP Pro 2002 service pac 2 and I do not have the option in "mouse" to change the sensivity or turn off the blue button in the middle of the keyboard. can anyone help? Thanks, Phil

  • mzjazzf150 Mar 19, 2009

    I have a Dell Latitude D610 and I want to disable the mouse stick/button but the control panel, mouse option doesnt not have any options to change. BTW my button is black.

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Go to Control Panel and select "mouse". Select OK on the Dell Touchpad Tab. Click Device Select and disable the pointer stick. That worked for me. Good luck.

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Go to “Control Panel” and select “Mouse”. You should be able to reassign a function for the mouse stick.



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