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The touchpad was working fine then I accidently hit something that made it not work and I need to hit that button again to make it work--what is it???
There is usually either a button someplace for the keypad or it is disabled via use the Fn key. Look at your F keys (i.e. F1 , F2, F3) one of them should look like a mouse icon.. press that and see if the touchpad works again.. If not you may need to press and hold the Fn key (Botton left on most laptop keyboards) while pressing the button with the mouse icon on it.
Posted on May 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Will your laptop work properly with an external mouse? If so, check your touchpad settings in "Control Panel" by selecting "Mouse". Here you can reassign your Buttons. Try setting your Right Button function to "Double Click". If the "Double Click" function works on your Right Button then chances are you have a problem with your Touchpad Assembly which means it will have to be replaced. Dell refers to it as a "Palmrest" which they will replace if still under warranty.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
SOURCE: touch pad not working correctly
If u are having Synaptics Driver....then
check that Tapping is enabled...
follow steps to know that:
Open Control Panel..
Now Open Mouse
Now click on tab "Device Settings"
then Click on "Settings"
a new window popups
Click on "Tapping" which is listed on the corner of the window
Now after clicking on it...on the right...check that there is "Tapping Enabled or not"
if not...click on that White box...
Sorry 4 my english!
Posted on May 17, 2009
If you are saying the right button is down and is not coming back up, then either the plastic lip on the button is jambed against the palmrest, or the actual mechanical part of the mouse button underneath has collapsed and has become non-functional. If the right button clicks but does not do anything like bring up the selection window in windows then that may be a hardware issue related to XP, try this, go to the control panel > system > hardware > device manager> scroll down the Mice and pointing devices. Highlight the touchpad and click on uninstall. Make sure you are connected to the internet when you reboot and have your usb mouse hooked up so it is easy to work around this. When windows reboots it will be forced to reinstall the touchpad because it will recognize it as a new device and want to install drivers for it. If it asks to search windows update for a fresh driver, allow it and let it finish the install. See if that corrects the problem. If it is mechanical in nature, then the palmrest is going to have to be taken off and the touchpad button assembly underneath replaced.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
Also on this laptop you can hit Fn+F6 to enable or disable the touchpad as well there should be a touchpad disable button to the right of the power button that can be very easy to accidentally press.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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To turn off the touchpad when an external mouse or other pointing device is present, you can go to the Control Panel and double click the Mouse properties icon. a) Click the Device Select tab and check "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present." The cursor will no longer move via the touchpad. Alternatively, you can permanently disable the touchpad of your laptop by clicking the "Disable Device" in the Touch Pad setting
To turn off the touchpad when an external mouse or other pointing device is present, you can go to the Control Panel and double click the Mouse properties icon.
a) Click the Device Select tab and check "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present." The cursor will no longer move via the touchpad.
Alternatively, you can permanently disable the touchpad of your laptop by clicking the "Disable Device" in the Touch Pad setting
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