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Get onlineand got to www.google.com In the google search box type: "HPSupport" (without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Look for downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operatingsystem when requested. Download and install the Touchpad drivers.
You need to look for the key along the top edge of the keyboard (function keys) that has small blue images of the touchpad and trackpoint. On my T400s, it is F8.
If you hold down your function (FN) key down on the lower left of the keyboard and press the ultranav (F8?) key, you should see your UltraNav device settings popup come on screen and let you select either the trackpoint by itself, the touchpad by itself, or both.
Try going to Start>Control Panel>Printer and other Hardware and look for mouse pad or something like that. I think the problem is that you can only use either the mouse pad or the mouse, can't use them both at the same time.
Lets see if the Lenovo computers are alike, since I have a T60 version...
Lets start by going to the:
-> START button click on the Control Panel
-> click on MOUSE
-> click on ULTRANAV tab
-> there will be a check mark to Enable the Touch Pad
Check off the Touch Pad and click on APPLY to save and OK to back out.
Voila, your Touch pad should be working then.
Lets give this a try, go to the START button and left click, look for the CONTROL PANEL and double click on it.
When the Control Panel opens look for the MOUSE and double click to open page, on the tabs look for ULTRANAV, you should see a check mark box, ensure that there is a check mark under the Enable Touch Pad, hit the APPLY and OK.
Sarah it might be due to Hardware malfunction i think you should replace the switches+touch pad! can i know how much old is you laptop? most of the touch pad needs to be replaced when used more than 4-5 years!