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How i can stop work of my touch pad

When i work with my laptop iwont do not work my touchpad
so, give me information about how can stop touchpad's work

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  • ronsat Mar 30, 2009

    Following instructions, when window opens there is no other option. Buttons window opened, checked pointers , pointer options and hardware.The other option not available.

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Hi Sanju,

Follow the below steps.

1) Goto Start
2) Click on Control Panel
3) In the control panel, You will find the icon of Mouse
4) Double click on Mouse icon and a new window opens up.
5) click on the Others option in the window. In this window, You will have option to disable the touch pad.
6) After unchecking this option, Press Apply button and OK the change.

This should do the trick !

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