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!
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1. on the desktop, click on the start button then click the Control Panel
2. on the Control Panel window, double-click the Mouse
3. on the Mouse Properties window, click on the Device Settings tab
4. on Device Settings, the Devices shown shows Enabled as Yes for Synaptics TouchPad on Port PS/2
5. click the Disable button
6. on the pop-up Warning, click OK ... the touchpad is now disabled ...
Follow these steps to change the touchpad settings on your laptop: 1. From the Start menu, click Control Panel. With Control Panel in Category View, click Printers and Other Hardware. 2. In the Printers and Other Hardware window, click the Mouse icon. 3. In the Mouse Properties dialog box, click the Device Settings tab, and then click Settings. 4. There is a setting calleed "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present"
If you have a touchpad icon down in the bottom right hand corner on windows task bar click it and you should see a menu that comes up. In that menu you should see tap to click. click that to disable your clicking for the touchpad.
If the option is not there go control panel and click on hardware and sound, then devices and printer. under devices and printer you should see mouse or mouse properties. There should be a option in there to turn it off too.
You might have inadvertedly disabled the touchpad.
1. Press Fn + F9 to enable the touchpad.
This key combination acts as a switch, enabling or disabling the touchpad: press once to enable (if it is disabled), then press again to disable.
2. If the touchpad still doesn't respond, check the settings in the mouse control utility.
Click on the touchpad icon on the right side of the task bar if you see one or click Start button/Settings/Control Panel, select the Mouse icon and Press Enter.
Change the settings if necessary.