Question about HP Pavilion dv5-1000us Notebook PC
When typing the cursor jumps to different places
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can go to the Control Panel (Select the start button and then either "Control Panel" or "Settings" and then "Control panel") and double click the Mouse properties icon.
Then you can select the "Device Select" tab and check the box marked "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present."
That is also where you can permantly disable the touch pad by simply selecting "Disable Device" and "Disable Button"
Hope that helps.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
The sensitivity of the touchpad maybe too high, this is a common problem and can be easily sorted.
Go into the control panel and select mouse, there you can set the sensitivity of the pad.
See if that helps any!!!
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Go to your control panel and double click on your mouse icon to get to your mouse properties. Go to "Pointer Options" and make sure that the "snap to" box is unchecked.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
I'm not sure what you operating system is but I'd suggest you go to your Control Panel and look for Touch pad and look at the settings there, If there's no Touchpad listed have a look in the Mouse settings.
Posted on May 11, 2010
This issue could be due to corrupt Touchpad drivers or corrupt Touchpad sensitivity settings or corrupt BIOS settings. To isolate this issue, please perform the steps provided below: 1. Uninstall and reinstall touchpad driver on the notebook. 2. Decrease the Touch Sensitivity of the Touchpad. If you are using Windows Vista on your notebook then you can follow the steps listed below for decreasing the touch sensitivity of the touchpad: a. Click Start and type ?Mouse? without quotes in Search field. b. Click on Mouse from the results list. c. This will open d. Click on Tapping tab in the Mouse Properties window. e. Click the Touch Sensitivity Button to launch Touchpad settings. f. Move the slider to the desired setting (in between Light touch to Hard touch) This will adjust the Touch sensitivity of the touch pad. Now check for the issue. 3. If the issue persists, then update BIOS on your notebook. To update BIOS, go to the HP drivers download page for your notebook model and then download and install the latest available BIOS update.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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