Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
This mouse touch pad is very sensitive to outside devices.
If you are using any external devices, disconnect them and try the fallowing.
Go to your device manager and find mouse or pointing devices and remove them.
Save and reboot the unit.
The unit will find the correct drivers which are loaded on your hard drive under SWsetup.
After loading the drivers and the unit has settled into a idle mode, reboot the unit and check the operation of the mouse-touch pad.
If this has taken care of the problem, load whatever devices you were using, one at a time.
If you notice the mouse starts acting up, it will be one of the external devices you have connected.
If the mouse still does not correctly and you are not using any external devices, you may want to disable the mouse-touch pad and hook up a USB mouse. ( Standard or wireless ).
I hope this has helped you.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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