Question about Gateway Nv57h44u Laptop Pc. Core I5 -2430m, 4gb, 500gb, Hdmi & Intel Widi Blue
When using my scroll bar on the side of the mouse panel on lap top, my computer beeps while scrolling, I would like to turn that function off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try simply using a system restore to before the problem started acting up. Also, you can try going into the mouse properties (Start Menu, Control Panel for Xp) and look for scrollsettings there, which may allow you to turn off certain mouse features (aka. if gestures are enabled it might be conflicting with scrolling).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
It depends, do you know if there is an icon down in the taskbar near the clock that has options for your mouse, if there is then you would double click that and there should be options in there.
Posted on May 26, 2009
There are some things you should do on your own:
1) Gather information. You need to know your Gateway model and S/N, Windows version (XP, Vista, 7, 32bit or 64bit)
To check windows version: Right-click My Computer or Computer from Start menu, choose properties. You should be able to see the Windows version here
2) Go to Gateway website:
Click on the "Notebooks" tab and input your S/N.
3) Scroll down to "Touchpad Drivers" section and download the latest driver for your model. Be sure to save the file where you can find it.
4) Install the new driver. It may be helpful to uninstall the old driver first: Start>>Right-click (My)Computer >> Manage >> In left pane, Device Manager >> In Right Pane, click plus sign next to, Mice and Other pointing devices >> Right -click the touchpad and click Uninstall, be sure to check the box, "Remove Software".
See if this gets better. If not, the touchpad/Palm rest needs to be replaced, but getting Gateway to do it (sounds like they tried) may be tough.
At least if you install the new driver, you may be able to disable it permanently, and then use a wireless mouse (which usually is much nicer anyway).
Posted on Jul 24, 2010
There are two things that you can do.
1. System Restore
2. Update the driver
To do the system restore, do the following:
Click on Start > Programs > Accessories > System tools > System Restore
Select a restoration point.Make sure that it's before the time when the problem occurred. Launch it. If it doesn't work, try a different restoration point.
To update the driver, you can use RadarSync. It will scan and install the updates to your computer. All drivers will be covered so you're sure that all possible problems (driver related) will be fixed.
I hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 19, 2013
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