Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
I replaced the palmrest and touchpad component on the Inspiron 6000, but the problem persists. The drivers are the most current available. I do not want to use any other type of mouse, that kind of defeats the purpose of having a laptop. What else can I check to fix this problem?
That's it. There's nothing else.
The problem is with the motherboard and not the touchpad component.
The only thing you could try is updating the bios but it's a long shoot.
Sorry to give you bad news, but it is what it is.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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