Hi, my name is Verónica and i have a problem with my Inspiron 6400 because my touchpad doesn't work, i meant when i touch with double click my touchpad don't do anything, and don´t know how i can repair it, please call you help me? thanks
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Click Start/Control Panel andlook for the Mouse and open it to check the mouse properties. Make sureyou don't have the touchpad disabled.
Some models will allow you to toggle the touchpad on or off by clicking on thebutton that is located at the top of the touch pad in the middle.
Some models will allow you to toggle the touchpad by tapping twice in the upperleft hand corner of the touchpad.
Some models will require a keystroke to toggle the touchpad. Press andHold the ALT or FN function key located at the lower left portion of thekeyboard, then hit the key that toggles the touchpad. The correct key tohit will have the icon of a finger pointing at a square that represents thetouchpad.
Download and reinstall the touch pad drivers.Get online and got towww.google.com In the google search box type: "Dell Support"(without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Lookfor downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating system whenrequested. Download and install the Touchpad drivers.
Try going to Control Panel - Hardware and sound - mouse. Once you have the menu for the mouse open, go to device settings. Click settings, and all of the advanced controls for the functions of your mouse pad can be found there.
Since you don't mention the Operating System, here are the steps for XP. They're similar in Vista and W7 if you nose around a bit.
Go to Control Panel>Mouse> (now you should be in the "Mouse Properties" window with 2 rows of tabs) > Click the Devices tab and you should see options to enable or disable the Touchpad or the Touchpad Buttons. Under Touchpad click the little circle next to Disable and then below right click on the "Apply" button.
That's it. Enable the pad again whenever you choose in the same window.
turn the sensitivity of the touchpad down.
in the systray,bottom right of screen next to time, there will be an icon that looks like a touchpad.
-slide the touchpad sensitivity bar to the left of the screen.
Tap to click is the feature of the touchpad driver. Uninstall any existing touchpad drivers and then restart the computer.
Go to www.support.dell.com enter the computer service tag and get the drivers for the touchpad from there. Also update the BIOS of your computer to the most recent version. In most cases a part replacement is not needed and the issue should be fixed.
there should be an icon in your taskbar, right click it and it will say something like pointing device properties, then device settings and click dissable, or go to my computer>right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager, then look down list for mice and pointing devices, click '+' sign, the you will see the touchpad, right click and select dissable.