Question about Dell F3534 Touchpad
normally it located in the bios so pressing F2 or F10 ? when starting up will get you into the bios , it's here that it can be turned off,
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Ubuntu provides configuration of the most common touchpad options in System > Preferences > Mouse, under the Touchpad tab.
Try the touchpad after unchecking the Enable mouse clicks with touchpad check box.
Check operation after Enable horizontal scrolling is checked. This may not have been the default setting.
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Go to System > Preferences > Mouse > Touchpad and uncheck 'Disable touchpad while typing' and 'Enable mouse clicks with touchpad'
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