Hi, I'm having a problem with the touchpad settings on my Presario V2000. After resetting the computer to factory settings, my touchpad scrolls down the page when I touch it, which is really irritating. I used to have to push the up and down arrows to scroll down, or click on the scroll bar. Now, I can't click on anything using the touchpad, because when I touch it, the page scrolls down. I can't get the page to stay in one place long enough so I click on anything. Any advice? Thanks.
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alright, so you're saying that the touchpad ceases to function when you have the external plugged in? that is probably normal behavior set in the mouse settings in control panel, if you're saying it's not working at all there should be a button to the right of the touchpad that is used to enable and disable that device.
it could be the touchpad connector/cable get defect....
mouse drive barely have problem as it given by Windows ,
can try and order a touchpad set from ebay,and if that dont work,
guess you'll have to get a USB mouse for that.......
**Even though your computer may SAY that it is a Presario V2000, it may have an entirely different product number for downloading drivers specific to your particular configuration.**
1) Look at the serial code on the back/bottom of your computer: there is a number starting with p/n (ex. p/nEX664UA#APL) This code identifies your computer beyond the V2000 label.
2) Go to the compaq/hp website: http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/welcome.html#Support
3) select "Download Drivers and software(and firmware)"
4) THEN, enter your P/N Instead of "Presario V2000" into the product name/number box, and hit enter.
Select your operating system, and you will be redirected to a page listing all the necessary drivers for your model.
On the left of your screen, you will see a box that says "your product" with a picture of a laptop, and a model number beneath it. THIS IS YOUR ACTUAL MODEL NUMBER (Mine was Compaq Presario V2610CA Notebook PC).
5) Download and install the drivers you need, and gappy geeking!!!