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ASUS W2V mouse problem

Hello, I have an asus w2v series and the mouse dosent work properly.i can move the cursor but the clicking button dosent work and the tapping on the mouse tab dosent work either so have to have an external mous while am traveling and this is quite inconvinencing.please help...i have been assebling computers and i can also handle the technical instructions of fixing this problem.Thanks in advance.

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Re: ASUS W2V mouse problem

Go to start > control panel > mouse > device settings > enable

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Need to uninstall and upgrade from the internet latest version of synaptics mouse driver software. this is a known issue.

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Im sorry I haven't got a solution but im hoping someone can help me.

I only got my Asus Notebook Laptop a few days ago but the mouse touchpad doesn't work. It worked when I first got it but doesn't work now. I workd with a USB mouse though.
Does anyone kow how to fix it?

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Re: ASUS W2V mouse problem

You may just hopefully have a touchpad problem, go to device manager, look down the list for mice and other pointing devices, click the + sign to your touchpad, right click and uninstal. Restart notebook and the touchpad will auto reinstall the driver ans should be ok, if not then the touchpad itself may have the problem

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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