Question about HP Pavilion TX2000Z Notebook
My HP Pavilion tx2000 laptop has a mouse pad that is spastic, the cursor is not controllable and bounces all over the screen when I'm trying to move it. The only thing that seems to solve the issue is if I put my other hand under the edge of the computer at any point. My wife has exactly the same computer and problem.
I have been having the same problem for months and think I finally may have solved the problem!
go to control panel-->Pen and Input Devices--->click on tab labeled Touch---> un-check box to use fingers as input devise. :) Wasn't that easy?! all this time I've been dealing with this problem and all I had to do was un-check a box:) the pen still works too!
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
Hello pelople, i'm electronic technician, and I solved my problem . i ''ll post a solution for who don't have more warranty ok?
First, the touch panel is sensitive device , its very sensitive by radiation of any kind of divices.
Second, the fan< the problem >
the fan, on hight rotation produces a lot of harmonics towards the flat panel, and this is the problem, the flat panel recieve those radio signals and convert them on normal touch.
Why? touch flat panel has a lot of FET ( field efect transistors) .
use aluminium paper and put inside the fan, and outside the fan, but keep the fan blades free of artefact! NEVER TOUCH THE ALUMINIUM PAPER ON ELECTRONIC COMPONET'S! NEVER.
ISOLATE THE ALUMINIUM PAPER AS YOU WICH, BUT KEEP IT ISOLATED FROM SHORT CIRCUIT.!!!
Simple solution: if you don't have any idea how to desasemble yout notebook, jus turn your flat panel AWAY FROM THE FAN , ALMOST 4 FINGERS.
HOPE HELPED ANY BODY, SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH,
Mauro K> email@example.com
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
my experience with some notebook touchpad is that they dont function verywell if its dark . try using ur laptop on a well lighted area. if it still does not run properly it might be your pad is defective.. try purchasing a mouse as an alternative
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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