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My Asus AF6 Series Model Laptop. form some days my tuchpad work not properly. Cursor movement is ok, but Click or double click is not work. How i can solv this problem?

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My leptop is dell

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I have a Logitech Laser Mouse #M-RBY125. While typing the cursor jumps to different places on the page or disappears completely. Windows automatically open for no reason. Sometimes highlights sentences...


To adjust your mouse movements: To change the pointer speed and customize your cursor, please do the following:
  1. Launch SetPoint (Start > Programs > Logitech > Mouse and Keyboard > Mouse and Keyboard Settings).
  2. Select the My Mouse tab and click the Mouse Movement tab on the left. Select the Wireless Mouse M505/B605 from the Select Mouse drop-down list.
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  3. Use the sliders and check boxes to find the mouse settings that are right for you. Click Help to find detailed descriptions of these options for your mouse.
  4. Click Apply to save your settings. Click OK to exit SetPoint.
Good Luck

Jan 26, 2011 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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I just got my asus G73Jw, and my keyboard dosen't light up, none of my fn keys don't work, neither does my enter key


SOLUTION by Arun Sangal

1. As said by others above, if its just that you have turned the lights completly off.. then press "Fn" key + F4 key (keyboard light increase) button.

2. If the above doesn't do anything or-- if Fn key + any other F? key (like F11/F12) for sound decrease/increase don't do anything ... meaning your FN key driver is messed up, then dont worry, See Hannah Montana and relax.

After seeing it, go to your computer desktop, there you'll see, "e-driver" shortcut/icon. Click it and you'll see a new pop-up window. In this windows, ASUS various ACPI/etc drivers will "AUTOMATICALLY" download (provided you are connected to internet) and it's fast.

I did the same, and system automatically restarted/rebooted during the "e-driver" update process. Finally I restarted my system/laptop (G873JW) and "HOLY HYENAS".... my system is running like a pony ***. AWESOME, it worked for me and my problem got resolved.

NOTE:
1. In case you dont see "e-Driver" icon on your desktop, then usually the file is stored at "C:\eSupport\eDriver\InstAll.exe" on my laptiop. Try runing the above file from "Windows" command prompt or double clicking on this file by going to "C:\eSupport\eDriver" folder and double clicking on "InstAll.exe" file.

GIGA, you should be good to go with this FN problem on ASUS G73JW or any other series of laptop.

2. During the update process, if you see "ASUS live update" green color window comes up and starts downloading something, hang on, look at it if it's doing anything, if it does some download and hangs at the particular point (i.e. downloading not progressing), then, you can cancel it. BUT make sure the update pop-up window that came after you clicked / ran "e-Driver"/InstAll.exe file, that should complete successfully.

Good luck.

Once the keyboard "FN" key problem is resolved, then you can go to their site and see if they have any updated version of drivers for your video/blah/blah ... thingies.

cheers, Arun Sangal

Dec 23, 2010 | ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard

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My mouse does not works properly/ it works slow, cursor makes little jumps, movement not smooth. Laptop samsung R40


Are you using it on a mousepad? If not, that is probably why you are getting jumpy and erratic movement. Put a mousepad underneath the mouse and you should see the cursor movement improve.

You can also adjust the mouse properties such as speed and control by going into the Control Panel and opening the Mouse applet.

Do you have the correct Dynex driver installed? If not, go to the Dynex website and download the driver for your mouse. Having the wrong driver (or a generic driver) can make a difference in performance sometimes.

Hope one (or all) of those solutions helps!

Jul 08, 2010 | Dynex Wireless Optical Laptop Mouse...

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Mouse is considerably over sensitive. Every time I attempt to describe the mouse, there is never any record of the "N/M" R0006, PID LZ938AK, & P/N 01-001100. Problem!!!


  • Hi, click on the "Start Button," next in the (right area) click on the "Control Panel," in the window there will be "listings" different categories; choose the "Mouse," from the "Hardware and Sound" click on it to open the next window. In this window, if its not showing the Buttons category at the top of the window , select it by clicking on it; there should be a (Double Click Speed) area somewhere in the middle from your point of view, adjust the speed and try it out a few times until you are satisfied with the movement. You can always go back and change some of the other movements available. I suggest, click on the "Device Setting" button, next, once the window open, click on the "Setting" button just below the "highlighted" (Name of the device TouchPad, or maybe different Name). Try out some of the "items listed" Tapping, Virtual Scrolling... "You must click on the "Apply, OK buttons when finished." Note: Restart the computer; this will make sure the changes are correctly applied, and working properly. "Rating the solution will let me know if the problem is fixed, or you will need further assistance, thanks."

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I have had this mouse for a few months and from day one it has acted erratically. Double clicks when I press the buttons once, has the pointer jump around the screen especially while dragging a file or...


Check for radio interference with phones, microwave oven, etc. (unplug them for the test).
Yoour PC may also have malware, causing the cursor to jump (but that does not usually cause the double-click problem)

Nov 10, 2009 | Logitech LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse

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Can i slow down my mouse cursor


Open the Control Panel. Select "Printers and other Hardware". Select "Mouse".

(Note: If you open Control Panel and it is in Classic View, just double-click "Mouse".)

Select the Pointer Options tab. (The exact tab name may differ.)

There should be a slider button to adjust the speed of the mouse. Click OK.

Thanks for using Fixya.

May 12, 2009 | Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510

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Need the ability to "tab" from field to field on right of kybd


When you press ENTER to finish working in a cell, Microsoft Excel moves the cursor one cell down by default. However, you can select the direction in which you want the cursor to move.
  1. On the Tools menu, click Options.
  2. On the Edit tab, do one of the following:
    • To change the direction in which the cursor moves, select the Move selection after Enter check box, and then select a direction in the Direction box.
    • To keep the cursor in the current cell, clear the Move selection after Enter check box.
Note When a range or set of ranges is selected, pressing ENTER moves the cursor within the range or set or ranges only.

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I just read one of the other solutions, and it was to try and press the reset and mouse reset buttons together - woked for me! yay!

Louise

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you need to check the mouse settings, go to Start>control panel>printers and other hardware>mouse and check that it isn't set to one click as being a double click, check all other settings also especially the click speed may be set too fast and is encouraging a double click.

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