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My touchpad is too sensitive, how do I adjust it?

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Go to start menu -> control panel then touch pad option then adjust your touch pad settings.
Let me know if you need more assistanse.
Thanks.

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

  • I C Gupta Jul 18, 2011

    Thanks a lot,my problem of touchpad too much sensitive is solved.

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SOURCE: how do I adjust the sensitivity on the touchpad?

Try going to Start-->Control Panel-->Mouse

Under there should be an option that allows you to change the mouse speed

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If you go in to control panel in Windows XP and in to the Mouse option you can control the mouse speed.

Alternatively the downloads for your laptop can be found here.

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