Dell 1525 touchpad not working
ONE : It may have been turned off or misconfigured. You can verify that by following the procedure below.
1. Go to the control panel,
2. Click on the mouse icon.
3. Under tab Touch Pad ON/OFF click enable.
4. Then Click on the Advanced tab. Under this tab, you will see a button Advanced feature settings.
5. Click that button and explore the options offered to you.
If you just want the default setting, restore them by clicking the Default button.
Thre are a lot of configuration settings, under different tabs, and it will require going through all of them.
Two: Your using the terms (driver is up to date) makes me suspect that you might have updated to the wrong driver. In that case you may try to rollback thr driver to the last version.
1. Right click the My computer icon on the start menu, or the My computer icon on the desktop.
2. Click hardware tab.
3. Under Hardware tab click button Device Manager
4. Look for mice and pointing devices. Expand the tree by clicking the [+].
5. Select something similar to Alps pointing device and click on it. Several tabs appear.
6. Select Driver tab. Then click button Roll Back Driver and OK.
But if you have been updating driver several times, you may not get the original one.
Any case, if this does not work, follow the procedure in part two, but instead of clicking Roll Back Driver, click Uninstall and OK.
After that, return to the device manager, select the [Alps pointing device], then go to the tool bar of the device manager, under menu item Action, click Uninstall.
Note: Under Action menu, there is the Scan for hardware change submenu. You will have to click that option after you uninstall the driver, otherwise you will have to wait after a reboot for the changes to take effect.
Hope it helps
Aug 26, 2009 |
Dell F3534 Touchpad