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Synaptics touchpad mouse will not move cursor

My synaptics touchpad is not working, cursor will not move on hp compaq nc6220 laptop

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  • dbunda427 May 21, 2009

    Hp pavilion dv2000 even has an on/off indicator light for my touch pad.

    Starts out blue and then goes red when Windows boots up and you log in. Touch pad doesn't respond to touch or turn on.

  • Chris
    Chris May 11, 2010

    Hi,



    Is the light above the mousepad Blue, Orange or off?

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Update synaptics driver from Hp.com that should fix the issue

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If you are using the touch pad, try turn it off and using an USB mouse. I have found that my palm hits the touch pad and causes random cursor movements.

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Try to restart your machine first see if that fixes the problem. If that doesn't work, then go Here.

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I'll move the cursor to one spot on the desktop and it will move itself to another....windows 7


You mean, the cursor is erratic and moving all around here and there?

Decrease the Touchpad Sensitivity...

I see that your Laptop was shipped with Windows Vista and it seems you are using a Retail version of Windows 7. Specially, HP/Compaq Laptops is designed for Retail versions and you can face some device/driver functionality issues. But, you can still try the followings.

As per my knowledge, your Laptop has the Synaptics Toucpad.

To Change the Sensitivity of the Touchpad:
1. Right-click on the desktop and select Personalize > Mouse Pointers . The Mouse Properties settings window will open.

2. Select the Device Settings tab. Select the Synaptics TouchPad device and click Settings. In the Properties for Synaptics TouchPad window, expand the Sensitivity topic.
3. Select the PalmCheck option to adjust the sensitivity (decrease it) of the touchpad to avoid erratic cursor movement caused by accidental touching of the pad during normal typing.

If the Device Setting tab is missing.....

1. Click Start, in the Start search field type Msconfig and press enter.

"System Configuration Utility" box will pop up on the screen.

2. Click the Startup tab.
3. Search for "Syntpenh" entry and select the checkbox beside it.
5. Click OK. Restart the computer. Perform above step.

If you are still not able to perform the steps, update the driver from following link.

Synaptics TouchPad Driver: ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp44501-45000/sp44969.exe

Restart the Notebook and check for the problem. It should be resolved now.

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Sounds like your low on memory, very low in other words it's dipping onto the hard drive to help with the mouse. upgrade the memory or use a less intensive antivirus, like nod32 or a free one like Microsoft security essentials.

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I am having HP laptop. For last 2 days my touchpad


try reinstalling the driver for the mouse pad

that should go fine

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Right Click the Synaptics Pointing Device Icon on your Task bar tray, click POINTING DEVICE PROPERTIES,it will open the Mouse Settings, Click the Wheel Tab and make changes as you want it

Thanks

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1. hook up a usb mouse to get you by.

2. try to download the synaptics touchpad driver.

http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/ProductList.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=135&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=432985

see if that helps.


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try to re-install the driver of your touchpad. i suspected it could be the driver issue.

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