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Deactivation of mouse pad

I want to deactivate my mouse pad.. i bought a new mouse coz the pad was driving me crazy but cant figure out how to deactivate it.. i tried thru the contorl pannel > mouse but couldnt find anything useful.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    i did.. and couldnt see it.. i tried ' the trial metyhod as well' y trying all of the F buttons with fn but that failed as well.. i hear u can reinstall the touch pad - so that u do get options to disable it in the contorl panel but m not sure wat link to use.. guessing alot of the links people recommned are viruses or sth...

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Check your user manual. Usually, "Fn" key in combination with one of the functional keys will disable touchpad.

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