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1. Go to control panel 2. open mouse options 3. click the device settings tab and you
should see your touch pad as one of the devices. 4. Make sure your touch
pad is highlighted and click the settings button 5. one of the options is tapping, and you can enable it here
That should get your mouse to click on touch pad taps.
Any office or computer store will sell a mouse you can use.
There are many brands to choose from, but I bought a Microsoft wireless mouse that has a small transmitter that plugs in one of my USB ports.
connect an external usb mouse .. it should let you to the properties page then.. then try to download the latest drivers from acer support website.. it should work.. if does not the hardware is bad.. you would need to contact acer to get the palm rest assembly changed .. they will send a technician at ur place to replace the kit..
try to use the touchpad only, if that causes problems, try connecting a ps/2 or usb mouse
under win98se, win2000 or winxp it should work out somehow, if not, deactivate the touchpad via the device manager, reinstall the appropriate driver for your windows version, reboot. Still got the problem? run a hardware detection software like pcwizard 2008( freeware) to find out whether your system recognizes the touch pad at all. it could also be a hardware malfunction: if yes, permanently deactivate touchpad and use mouse instead.
Check to make sure your touch pad is not turned off. Regarding the keyboard you need to check to see if you have set the laptop to work off an external keyboard. Check the function keys at the top of the keyboard they are used to turn on and off the keyboard and mouse functions
Try going to control panel, then personalization, then mouse pointers. Under mouse properties, go to pointers and try to use windows black (system scheme). See if changing your mouse poiners makes it appear.