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Want to disable the mouse stick on a Dell Lattitude 6400

How to disable the mouse stick on a Dell Lattitude 6400. Control pannel, mouse settings does not have the option which will help disable the mouse stick on the key board.

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  • rahul180981 Apr 17, 2009

    the Use Stick Keys option is already unchecked in the accebility options... and mouse options do not have any Use Mouse Keys option to uncheck...

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Go to control pannel and open accessibility option and uncheck the Use Sticky Keys box. Then click ok.
Another one in accessibility option click Mouse option and uncheck the UseMouseKeys. Then clik ok.

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I can not disable touchpad of INSPIRON 1545 of DELL Computers There is no option for disabling touch pad in the MOUSE option of Control Panel


Go to the Control Panel. Under the 'Hardware and Sound' options, click 'Mouse'immortal4u.png

Since you have a Dell laptop, you'll have a special tab called 'Dell touchpad' in the window that pops up. Click on the touchpad picture in the window.

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In the new window that appears, click 'Device Select'
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Click on the 'Disable' radio button to disable the touchpad completely. If you want to disable the touchpad of your Dell laptop only when an external device like a mouse is attached, check the last option that says 'Disable Touchpad/Pointing Stick when external USB mouse is present'

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That's it. You've disabled your laptop's touchpad for good. If you don't find an option to manage your touchpad in Mouse settings, you have to install Synaptics drivers from here. Similar options can be found in other laptops as well.

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How do i disable the touch pad on my Dell Lattitude E5400 laptop? Thanks, Tom tc@tc-talent.com 917-733-5968


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You can turn off the touch pad through the mouse settings in the Control Panel. I was a little frustrated by this too, but if you go to the Control Panel and click 'Mouse', the first tab of this new window is 'Dell Touchpad'. Simply click anywhere in that window and you'll be able to configure the touch pad settings. One great option for many people is 'Disable Touchpad/Pointing Stick when external USB mouse is present' as there is no easy one-button solution to disable it.

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From the Dell D620 Users Manual:

You can use the Mouse Properties window to disable the touch pad and track stick or adjust their settings.
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    • Click the Pointer tab to adjust touch pad and track stick settings.
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Start Button>Control Panel>Printers and Other Hardware>Mouse

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