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HP 2530p EliteBook - touchpad stopped working. Scrolling works except touch scrolling on right side of pad) and right button, but that's all. Wireless mouse works fine.


To access Mouse Properties, select Start - Control Panel - Hardware and Sound -Mouse.

Use Mouse Properties in Windows to customize settings for pointing devices, such as button configuration, click speed, and pointer options.

Jan 18, 2013 | HP EliteBook 2530p Notebook

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I can't use for scrolling up and down from the right side of mouse pad, how to setting it? thx


Sometimes there is a setting, under mouse, in the control panel. But also there is a time based issue, you need to stop while pressing in the scroll area, and the mouse shifts from mousing to scrolling. Duration of time, and first touch to the pad in the scroll area are keys.

Oct 27, 2010 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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Scroll pad not working on hp laptop mouse still works though


Need to enable Scroll function on the notebook.

Scrolling function is not working:

  1. The scroll function may stop working if the scrolling feature is disabled in Mouse Properties. To enable the scroll function, follow the steps below.

  1. Click Start , Control Panel . Select Classic View from the left side of the Control Panel window.


  1. Double-click Mouse in Control Panel, and then select the Device Settings tab in the Mouse Properties window.

  1. Click Settings , Virtual Scrolling . Select the boxes labeled Enable vertical scrolling and Enable horizontal scrolling .


  1. Click OK to save and exit the Mouse Properties window.

  1. After changing these settings, the scroll function on the touchpad will be enabled.

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Mighty Mouse has stopped scrolling down. Can't figure out why.


did you replace the battery,clean the sensor which is in line with the scroll key.

Sep 10, 2009 | Apple Mighty MA086LL/A Mouse

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Cordless Logitech optical mouse scroll wheel stopped working


in fact this one is one of my Favorite Combo set, change with the the fresh bettery, link the mouse again, clean the mouse wheel with the cleaner I think it'll work.

Jul 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Imprecise scrolling


go to control center, mouse properties, use the wheel-tab, and set lines to scroll to 1.

Jun 03, 2009 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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The scroll wheel on my Dell 2-button mouse doesn't scroll


my best suggestion is that at the cost of a new mouse replace it. No there is no way to service the scroll wheel in a mouse

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Microsoft notebook mouse 5000 Wheel scroll stopped


Fixing the wheel/scroll malfunction was as simple as a reboot. I usually shut down in hibernate. Apparently the system needed a complete reboot to reset.

Thank you for following up.

Nov 22, 2008 | Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 5000

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Scrolling mouse - it creeps 3 or 4 lines after the scroll wheel is stopped


Such a problem generally comes when your scroll sensitivity is high, try reducing the scroll sensitivity from
control panel -> mouse
if you mouse scroll does not take quantized steps (moves continuously rather than in steps ) this is quite a common problem and can also be reduced if not completely removed by decreasing scroll sensitivity.

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