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Acer Aspire 2930z touchpad problem

My touchpad started to work different without any obvious reason. The touchpad itself works good but the right and left "click-things" (I don´t know how to say it in English) don´t do what they should do. I tried to go to the settings and repare some mistake but everything should be OK and still it doesn´t work. I can´t connect a mouse because I don´t havy any here. Can you help me? Should I reinstall the drivers? And where could I download them?

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  • bailarina_in Feb 19, 2009

    Thanks, I´ve already solved it. Actuallized the drivers and it started to work. Thank you.

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Try here first.
http://www.acersupport.com/desktop/aspire/html/v55la2a_dl.html

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My touchpad stoped workin the model is aspire 2930z can you help.

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