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Acer aspire 7741z-4643 mouse/touchpad not working properly

The mouse on this laptop keeps moving all over the place and when I try to move it by the touchpad in a direction it will only move so far and it will also move whenever I just put my hand near the touchpad

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just press button Fn+F7

it can make your mouse function again

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Fn F7 probably got pressed (turns on and off the trackpad. probably the dumbest thing to have a hotkey for)

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SOURCE: acer d150 left trackpad button not clicking/working

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You may have disabled it. Fn + F7 or similar.

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Thanks. The Fn F7 idea did not work, the Enable/Disable toggle in Control Panel made no difference BUT the simple pressing of the TINY finger pointing next to the power button DID work. Duh!

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