Question about Acer Aspire 3000 Notebook
My right click has become disabled on my laptop somehow. I can't even click on the control panel to go to mouse settings. Are there any buttons I can manually push without going to any menus? i can't even get to the menus with the arrow buttons and enter key! Please help!
Use the tab key or use an external mouse, either ps/2 which your laptop has a port in the back, or a usb mouse Hope this helps you
Use the tab key
or use an external mouse, either ps/2 which your laptop has a port in the back, or a usb mouse
Hope this helps you
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
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To "Disable" the Mouse Pad, or ("Pointer Device").
Go to the Control Panel; select the (Mouse) in the Hardware and Sound category.
Next select the Device Settings, in the (Devices) block.
Click on, and "highlight the item you want to [Disable]" this being the "Pointer Device.
This will also "Disable" the "Mouse Pad."
Click the "Disable button," just below.
"Always ("click") on the, "Apply, and OK buttons before exiting.
*Note: Restarting the Computer, will configure "System" changes in the Computer.
To prevent errors from occurring. This is also important when, (Installing / Uninstalling) "Programs."
"To include (Enabling / Disabling) of Hardware."
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