Question about MSI Computers & Internet
My wife has a MSI u180 which takes forever to scroll up/down or move on to next page using arrow keys. Virtually nothing loaded on as she just uses gmail and web browsing. No mouse connected. Cleared cache/temp fi!es etc. Operates windows7. How can it be speeder up?
Posted by Anonymous on
Try doing a disc clean up as well as defrg..somtimes its the graphic drivers that can slow you down as well.
also try and get rid of anything you dont use anymore.such as pics,music,the more you fill the pc,laptop up it slows it down.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a C600 do the same thing. It kept happening but I got some control over it by blowing around the edges of the touchpad with canned air and then cleaning the touchpad agressively with 99% isopropyl alcohol and a soft lint free cloth. If that makes a noticeable difference then we are on the right track. If the problem becomes unmanageable touchpad replacement may be in order. Let me know if this helps. If you need further solutions I will research further and post as data becomes available.
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Check for any dirt on the keypad. Check also if there are other keys stuck on your computer.
Try restarting your computer.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
SOURCE: Every page scrolls to the bottom
try reinstalling the touchpad drivers, go to your laptops home page, you can find the drivers there and reload them, works 99% of the time. other possibility would be a bad touhpad needing replacement.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
heyy..don't panic... simple try to use USB(external) mouse & keyboard and for future use i wud recommend you to re-install your drivers or Operating system too...
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
This is a common problem with touchpads. You should update the drivers for the touchpad on the laptop manufacturer's website, or if you are sure you have the most recent drivers (You shouldn't be, unless you updated them yesterday) then try this:
Go to the Control Panel and click Printers and Other Hardware, then Mouse near the bottom. Since there are so many Touchpad devices with different settings this is about as far as I can help you here, there may be a tab on the far right side leading to more settings. You should poke around in here being careful not to change anything unrelated to Virtual Scrolling, or just Scrolling in general.
Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Mouse
There may be a tab on the far right side of the window at the top.
Click this tab and goto Settings, if it exists. In the new window you may see several options, look for anything related to Scrolling. Mine shows "Virtual Scrolling". Click that, and make sure the check box "Enable vertical scrolling" is checked.
If you don't see any of these things, update your drivers and try again..
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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