Question about HP Pavilion dv4000 Notebook
I'm running into touchpad problems with my HP Pavilion dv41212i whenever I have the battery charger plugged into the laptop. When plugged in, the cursor starts drifting uncontrollably and automatically clicks the screen without me lifting my finger from the touchpad. If I unplug the power plug and run on battery, the touchpad works perfectly. Anyone know how I can solve this annoying issue with the touchpad? Basically the touchpad is useless when power is plugged in. I'm running Vista 64-bit with all the latest touchpad drivers and firmware.
Try removing your battery and replace it back. its like resetting it.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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