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Try cleaning the touchpad off, and if that does not work talk to the place you bought it from about getting a new touchpad installed. However it could be a software issue, restart your laptop and run an antivirus scan.
manufacture is compaq
model number is under the laptop
If you right click on my computer and go to properties you can see how much ram is in your computer.
If you open my computer right click properties on the c: drive you can see drive size.
normal size for the hp touch pad is around
Try a restart if that doesn't work, connect a usb mouse and go to the device manager and see if the drivers for the touchpad are installed. If they aren't, go to http://www.hp.com and input your model number into the search box, there will be a place to download the touchpad drivers. Install those and your touchpad should be working.
You need to go to HP's website and download the touchpad drivers for your machine and operating system. Install them and hopefully that will sort your problem.
On some newer laptops, there's a switch near the touchpad to turn it on and off. Have a look for one...it'll be obvious.
I'm thinking this is a Mac-only tablet. The ArtZ II for Windows came with an rs232 (old mouse) port at the end of the cable, in addition to a built-in spot where the power plug attaches.You didn't mention the power plug on yours, so the Mac version of the tablet must have the power routed in through the cable.
Short answer, the reason the light isn't coming on is because the tablet isn't receiving power. If you go get a cross-platform adapter card for plugging in Mac hardware on your HP, it *might* work.