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My mouse scroll 4 way button on my laptop doesn't work and when i go into mouse properties it says synaptics pointing device driver not there- not sure if they are related.

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  • swing320 Dec 14, 2008

    I re-installed vista to my aspire 5630. Now my 4 way scroll and vol+, vol- buttons don't work. Forums say to go to www.acer.com. It's not that easy. I go round in circles trying to download drivers....................AAAAAAAhhhhh!

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I've solved this problem....
Goto acer, http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/notebook/as_5630.html
under the windows vista there's a drop-down box "Driver and utilities"
open that and go for the third from the bottom "TOUCHPAD SYNAPTICS"

just download that and follow the instructions.
I've just done it and got my scroll button back.......

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Looks like your mouse/pointing device driver isn't correctly installed. You can download latest drivers from acer support page www.acer.com

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