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Cursor won't move or click
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To get enable or disable the Touch Pad you have to pulse the Fn + F9
You can also set this function as follow:
Start >> Control Panel >> Printers and other hardware
Click Mouse >> Touchpad (enable or disable)
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
Ok so here goes.... I had the same problem:
Go to the 'start' button and then hit the 'control panel' option, then click 'mouse' then go to 'Device Settings' and then to the 'settings'. When you get to this screen it shows a list on lthe left hand side choose the 'tapping' option and then ok.
Hope it works for you...it did for me.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
In this case you have to do the PC restore . you can do that in dell machines by shutting down the machine and when it is coming back on just HOLD DOWN THE CTRL ket and the START HITTING f11 key in this case you will lose the data which you have the on the c drive but this issue will get resolved .
Else you can try to restart in the safe mode with networking and then go to the system restore and then select the bold dates in which you have idea you system was working fine . selct the date and then do the system restore . In this case you will not lose the data but you will lose the updates which you have done after that date .
in both the cases system will work .
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: cursor moves, wont click!!
i think there may be two reason.1/some setting may be worang-go on conttrol panel and chose printer and other hardwere. inside click mouse and look setting.2/ your touchpad driver may not be working properly. stall it next.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
the hard drive is not checking in correctly. go into your f2 function which is your bios. see if in there during the boot options if you have a hard drive showing up. if you do, you would need to check if the hard drive has failed or the o.s. is corrupt.if you do not see a drive there, its failed, check to see if its seated correctly. if it is seated correctly the drive has failed and will need to be replaced.
if it shows up, and if you have your restore disk, load it and select repair. it will look for the hard drive and any windows installations. if it does not find any. then the drive is bad and will need to be replaced, in the event it does find the windows installation then continue to repair the machine software.
Let me know what happens when you try this
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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