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Touchpad does not work

Touchpad worked fine for 4 days after delivery then stopped responding. All Win XP control panel settings are correct. USB mouse works properly.

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In such case you can restore your program to old date...such as 5 days before.. hope your touhpad will work like before..

restore your program to the early date from when your touchpad was working...

reinstall touchpad driver....
otherwise you have to reinstall your Operating System...

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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