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Touch point mouse not work after start system but work before security passward

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Go to control panel and use the utiltity system restore and go to use the date that you know was working good and fix it.

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Posted on Jul 10, 2013

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HP 2530p EliteBook - touchpad stopped working. Scrolling works except touch scrolling on right side of pad) and right button, but that's all. Wireless mouse works fine.


To access Mouse Properties, select Start - Control Panel - Hardware and Sound -Mouse.

Use Mouse Properties in Windows to customize settings for pointing devices, such as button configuration, click speed, and pointer options.

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Ha a Toshiba Satellite a100 I can not turn off the touch pad (as I only want to use the mouse). Both touch pad and mouse are working. the laptop had to be reformatted recently and its since then All...


If your computer have a, Synaptics Touchpad you can try these steps:

1. Access the properties of the Synaptics Pointing Device by right-clicking on the system tray icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. If you do not see the icon, open your Control Panel and select the "Performance and Maintenance" option. Click "System", then "Hardware", then "Device Manager" to view the devices on your computer. Open the "Mice and Other Pointing Devices" selection.

2. Click on the "Device Settings" tab of the "Mouse Properties" window. The "Device Settings" tab is at the top of the window and located farthest to the right

3. Highlight the Synaptics Touchpad from the list of available pointing devices. Click the "Disable" button underneath the list. Click "OK" on the pop-up menu to confirm your selection. Click "OK" on the Mouse Properties window to close the window. Your Synaptics Touchpad will now be disabled.

Make sure to connect a USB mouse to your laptop before disabling the touchpad so that you will still have control of your pointer.

Hope this help. Goodluck!

Mar 23, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite A40-S161 Notebook

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I would like to disable the touch pad and use an external mouse. Sony Vaio VGN A190


Hi,

Please follow the steps to disable the Touchpad under XP environment:

First, click the Start button, then click VAIO Support Central .
In the VAIO Support Central window, in the left pane , click System Maintenance .
In the right pane , click VAIO Central .
In the VAIO Central window, click the System Information tab.
On the System Information tab, click the Plus symbol next to Keyboard and Mouse .
Under Keyboard and Mouse , double-click Built-in Pointing Device .
In the Built-in Pointing Device window, click to clear the Enable box.
Click the OK button.
In the Built-in Pointing Device dialog box, click the Yes button.

Thanks!!!!

Dec 24, 2010 | Sony VGN-A190 Notebook

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Touch pad is not working anymore


contol panel mouse options. if that fails try system restore try system restore. if that fails posibile redo restore then open computer and check connection/ damage

Apr 25, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook

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I have an IBM ThinkPad T42 and until a few minutes ago my touch pad was working with no problems. I installed a wireless mouse and that works fine. But I cannot control the cursor with the touch pad or red...


Try going to Start>Control Panel>Printer and other Hardware and look for mouse pad or something like that. I think the problem is that you can only use either the mouse pad or the mouse, can't use them both at the same time.

Oct 15, 2009 | IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook

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Touch pad stopped working for my gateway laptop


laptops always have an option that says wether to use the internal pointing device (your touchpad) or an external mouse or both, enter system preferences and make sure that your internal pointing device is enabled

Jul 23, 2009 | Gateway Computers & Internet

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Its starts in safe mode,and the touch pad wont respond


the touch pad could have simply failed, most OS will interpret the mouse pad as a mouse to make it work, so if its gone its most likely not working, I mouse attached to a usb or one of the ps 2 connections might give you a mouse back temp you can replace most mouse pads.
hope this helps

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Frozen mouse with a touch pad laptop computer


My laptop has the mouse pad built in and it froze up..I cant do a thing .I have tried to shut down and if you dont have a mouse working you cant even go to task manager etc..Now what? It is new I have only had it a month...

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I have toshiba notebook A200.I have been using a USB mouse,and I now can not get the touch pad to operate.Plerase advise me what I can do.I have tried FL F9 to no avail.


If you unplug the mouse and then start up the machine does the touchpad not work at that point?

Some systems have a settings in BIOS that prevent the touchpad from working if a mouse if connected.

Try unplugging, start up and if the touchpad doesn't work, shut down and go into the system settings and turn on the touchpad (if turned off).

Also, make sure the device manager doesn't show any Yellow Exclamation points, meaning a bad or missing driver. To get to Device Mananger, go to control panel, system, hardware, device manager (in Windows XP that is).

Jun 01, 2008 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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