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1. Open Start -> Run... 2. type diskmgmt.msc and press enter 3. right click on the partitin you want to format (where the leter and size is) 4. select 'Delete Partition...' and confirm 5. right mose button in the same place and select 'Create partition' 6. select primary partition 6. select size, file forma, disk leter, label etc should be all right if you leave defaults. 7. click ok
This is a common problem for most laptops. With my experience in HP laptops, you can reinstall the touch pad drivers. Visit the HP website and click on the support link, select the model of your laptop under the 'Drivers' section and download the touch pad drivers for your model.
If that does not solve your problem, buy an external USB mouse for your laptop, that is the best alternative solution most people with touch pad problems resort to.
Your problem doesn't state what driver or device isn't working on your HP compaq 6720s, but all drivers for your laptop can be downloaded from www.hp.com for free. click on the support tab, type in your model number and you can download all of them.!
If you cannot read anything on a sub-menu, press ESC to return to the "main" menu.
One of the menus will do it ("lingua" ??? "habla" ???)
Don't forget that from www.google.ca you can select "language tools", and type some words, and choose to translate those words from Spanish to English, on another computer placed beside your HP computer.