My cursor is jumping all over the place when I type. E.g. when I type "abcdefgh......" it would go like "abcfgdeh......" or worse, the cursor would jump a few lines below and it would read something like
eijkgh...". Sent the notebook to Acer and was told there is nothing wrong except that the touchpad is way too sensitive. I can disable the touchpad by pressing the F7 key together with a "Fn" key at the bottom. But this is not permanent, I have to do this every time I turn on the notebook. Pls help.
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Re: My touchpad is too sensitive
1. Go to the "Control Panel" and double click on the "Mouse" item. 2. Go through the tabs in the "Mouse Properties" window & find the tab where you can set up your touchpad. This differs from laptop to another since it is based on the touchpad's drivers. 3. On that tab, find the "Sensitivity" setting. Try changing this setting to lower the sensitivity of the touch pad to the degree you find acceptable. 4. Click "Apply" to apply the changes, then close the "Mouse Properties" window.
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Press System Menu, Select TV Aspect. Place the cursor on 16:9 wide. Enter 1 3 9 7 1 3 9. Press Ok in control, Press System Menu to exit.
The following method only works a few times:
Pull the plug, hold down the stop and forward buttons together and power up again - still holding down the buttons. You will then be able to select PAL or NTSC by using the forward button. Which option's still showing when you let go of the buttons is the 1 you've selected.
Found the manual for the player buried in a box from moving. Procedure is
1) With no DVD in player
2) Press enter while holding down shift to display parental lock menu
3) If you dont remember the password enter 8888 to access the options
4) Use cursor to move arrow to country code option
5) Use right cursor to select country code, then down cursor to move country code to US
6) Use left cursor and down cursor and right cursor to move to set level
7) Use down cursor to toggle through level options. (None removes all blocks)
8) If setting a level toggle down to password and set new 4 digit password.
Check if it's enabled. If enabled, but still don't work, connect an USB mouse to any free USB port. If you can move the pointer with the mouse, but nor with the touchpad, reinstall your touchpad's drivers. If stills refusing to work, then take your laptop to service center.
I do not own this particular model, however I found instructions on the internet to solve your problem.
1) Turn on player with no disc in the drive 2) While pressing Shift on the remote, press Setup 3) Press Enter twice
4) Move cursor to Other 5) Enter the appropriate four-digit region setting ---If you want to make it region free, type "0000" ---If you want to make it the default, type "0001" 6) Press Enter 7) Press Return twice
8) Power off player for approximately 30 seconds.
Like I stated above, since I do not own this player, I can only go by other people's experiences.
Of what material is the arm of the settee made? I am guessing some material with significant static electricity discharge (ESD) potential that is interfering with the touchpad which depends on the detection of your fingertip by means of detection of the static discharge from the tip of your finger, especially if the material is plastic or certain fabrics.
Let me know if it works on a desktop made of something closer to wood.
Have you read the section of manual relating to 'Importing CDs' ?
Select a playlist, press 'playlist edit' - press HD/CD - insert CD, close drawer. Once Alesis has scanned disc, press 'track move' - display should read Move CDTrk -> Trknn where 'nn' is the next available track in playlist. Press Cursor Left to place cursor under CDTrk, press Down/No, and display should read Move CD->Playlist. If you now hit Yes it will copy all CD tracks to the active playlist (it'll prompt if the playlist isn#'t empty to make sure you want to add the CD to the tracks already in the playlist).
Once they are copied to the playlist, you can move them around if required, DSP them, then burn that playlist to a blank CD