Question about Intel Motherboard
Whether I am using my laptop pointer or touchpad my pointer floats across screan out of control. It floats off screen and I have some control with the point. But when i take my finger off the pointer it floats away
Is this a cXXX series Dell laptop? If so, this is a common problem with the touchpad and integrated wrist rest and bezel. You can disable the touchpad within the synaptics control panel if you use it. If you just use the windows driver, you may not be able to disable this. I will sometimes just disable both the touchpad and touchpoint and go with an external USB just so it does not wander.
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Scroll up and hit "Control Panel."
Click the "Device Settings" tab.
Highlight the touchpad in the list of devices. Hit the "Enable" button.
Hit the "Apply" button and hit the "OK" button.
Go to the control panel to the Mouse options and click on the Gestures tab and there is an
option that under Virtual Scrolling "Enable Virtual Scrolling" disable that option and that
should stop the auto scroll.
hope this helps
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"Highlight" the item you want to (Enable) this being the "Pointer Device."
Click on the [Enable] button.
Be sure to (Click) on the "Apply, and OK buttons""You may need to "Update Drivers?"
Open the "Properties,"
Now, open the [Driver] by [2x clicking] on it."
If the, Update Driver (block) is not "Grayed-out?"
Click to "Update Driver", and click the (OK) button.
"To Manually" Install Driver
Select to "Update Driver."
Next, select: ("Browse my computer for driver software").
Now, choose: ("Let me pick from a list...").
"Open the "Device Setting:
Click on the "Settings" button.
"Try out some of the "Items listed" ->->
*Tapping, *Virtual Scrolling...
"You must click on the "Apply" button after each change!
This should fix the Touchpad?
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