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Sumivision universal laptop charger causing mouse problem???

I think I'm having a problem with my sumivision universal laptop charger. It gets extremely hot whilst I am using it, and has recently started making a small buzzing noise.  Furthermore, I have been having problems with my laptop gouchpad mouse.  I have spoken to technitians from HP and they have advised me on everything to to try to repair the mouse.  Anyway, none of it made a difference.  The only thing I have noticed is that when I unplug my charger, the mousepad works fine.  When the charger is plugged in, the touchpad does not respond.  I am using the charger on 18.5V, the same as the original charger for this HP G6000 laptop. Anyway, any help would be great... I am writing a thesis and majorly worried that I'm going to lose all my work if I don't sort this charger out soon.

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So what does work right? matters, to any tech.
and that heat means. is.... for sure..
1: it's bad.
2: its the wrong one and is overloaded
and OLD vista PC LT. cira 2007 old. at the end of the 10 year product support.
might i guess the original is bad and thus the cloned powerpack used?

get the correct line power pack
HPG6000
most hp have many differnent power levels
matching CPU and GPU power needs.
so only one pack works or get the high powered one.

see this tag those numbers have meaning
if you dont post them we can NOT match the correct parts
ever. this is not yours, its just one of 10000.
Sumivision universal laptop charger causing mouse  - tag1-2jdpwl5rzy0jli2jzniw3f4h-5-0.jpg most are 65watts, I looked at 8 of the many.
see this below is the huge list of g6000 models
and not all use the same power pack wattages
sorry they dont, next time post that tag data.

6000-2jdpwl5rzy0jli2jzniw3f4h-5-1.jpg
why not look your self? 19vdc and correct wattage or more.

https://parts.hp.com/hpparts/Search_PS_Result.aspx?mscssid=CD18FB69F6974069982D243208856352

Posted on Mar 17, 2017

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2017

    the voltage on the pack
    is only correct, when wattage is NOT EXCEEDED
    OHM's laws. in force every day.
    if you overload it, the voltage drops!
    and something fails. it can be the mouse
    or any thing, in the PC.
    if you used a voltmeter you'd of seen that
    illegall low voltage.

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SOURCE: Touchpad Not Working

http://www.motherboardpoint.com/t138781-vaio-touchpad-drivers.html

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

SOURCE: Mouse doesn't move

Well in case of opto-mechanical mouse all u hav to do is open d mouse and just clean d rollers(as d ball moves d rollers also move and that decide d X-Y coefficients) which are clogged with sticky dirt n dust.
In case of optical mouse it's d crystal which is most vulnerable to failure,so after detailed tests procedures change d faulty component,u might require professional guidance.
Also cleaning d lens below the LED will help.
Repairs of optical Mouse is not worth it,considering d obsolute nature of electronic circuits,and d rapid fall n d prices,replacing is d only option for an optical mouse

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SOURCE: touchpad/mouse problem

Same thing here, I can not find out how to diable the touch paid. I spent an hour chatting on-line with Dell Tech support and they did nothing to help!! I am starting to think it can not be done on this machine. Please someone tell use how to do this?

Posted on Sep 05, 2008

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SOURCE: Disabling the touchpad on HP 530

Go into your windows device manager.
Search for your touchpad (should call synaptics input device)
give it a right click and disable the device.

I rather think that your mainboard is having problems, tried a bios upgrade and the latest drivers yet?

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

SOURCE: Touchpad Not Working

those laptops have a button just over the touchpad if the light in it is orange/redish its of if its blue its turned on if the touch pad doesent work while its a blue ligt it may be some thing wrong with it.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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