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My touchpad of sattelite m100 is not respond anything. It can't be used. I use windows 7 beta. I think the problem is the driver can't be read by the OS. Where can I get touchpad driver for my notebook? Thanks a lot!

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Windows 7 is in Beta testing and therefore hardware and software problems are bound to occur. For full support you'll need to install a supported Operating System such as Windows XP or Vista.

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