Question about Acer TravelMate 2300 Notebook
When I have a USB mouse connected to the laptop works well but when I do disconnect the mouse and want to use the laptop pad only it doesn't work the cursor appears freezed, I can't remember how to activate the padding to make it work
There are a few different ways that the touchpad can be deactivated especially if your notebook was pre-loaded with bulky management software.
First of all, most notebooks have a function shortcut for this. On mine it is function + F9. You should be able to see a picture on the keys that will describe this.
Secondly, as you did not specify which operating system you are using (or you did but it is in the hidden at the end of the details!), I will try and give a generic response:
- open control panel
- navigate to "mouse"
- open the "device settings" tab or similar
does this display anything about being deactivated? If it does, just activate it!
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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