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Are you talking about the two finger zoom by spreading your fingers apart on the touchpad to zoom out or pinching them together to zoom back in? This works for Dell touch pads so below where it says ‘Dell touchpad’ it probably says HP touchpad?
·Goto your control panel ·Click on ‘Mouse’ ·Click on the ‘Dell touchpad’ tab ·On the resultant popup screen, double click on the main touch pad region ·Click on the ‘gestures’ setting ·Uncheck the zoom Good luck…Chris
Some laptops have a button directly on them to disable the touchpad feature, if you do not have one of theses. Look in your control panel for touchpad software. Synopsis TouchPad software is one of the more popular softwares, If you see this red ICON in control panel, open up the configuration window for it and there you will able option in there to disable the tap click.
If you have a touchpad icon down in the bottom right hand corner on windows task bar click it and you should see a menu that comes up. In that menu you should see tap to click. click that to disable your clicking for the touchpad.
If the option is not there go control panel and click on hardware and sound, then devices and printer. under devices and printer you should see mouse or mouse properties. There should be a option in there to turn it off too.
Hi there Dublin. I recently bought a HP laptop myself, and I believe I can help your situation, or at least I hope I can. Here's what you do: Access your Control Panel>Click Mouse>Click Device Settings>Click Settings> Click Tapping> Click Disable Tapping. That should do the trick. You are not disabling your touch-pad, just the double-clicking that is associated with it. Drove me nuts for about a day, 'til I figured it out..Hope it worked for your notebook.
if there is not a buttom around the area of the touchpad to turn it on, then maybe, either the touchpad driver may not be installed, or the touchpad on/off switch (in the control panel) may not be turned on.