Question about Computers & Internet
Make sure it is not deactivated in the "Control Panel" under "Mouse".
Some laptops have a little button at the top of the mousepad, press that to make sure it is not toggled off.
If you do those things and is still doesn't work. Go to the manufacturers website and download the touchpad driver for your specific model of laptop.
Go into the device manager (right-click computer, click manage, and select device manager)
Look for "Mice and other pointing devices"
Then uninstall it.
Next, install the driver you downloaded from your manufacturer.
then in the "Control Panel" select "Add Hardware"
It should then find the touchpad and install the newest driver you just installed.
Let me know if this helps or not,
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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