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Toshiba satellite touchpad much too sensitive - pointer jumps all over

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You should have a Program loaded from Toshiba to configure the TouchPad including sensitivity.

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If there's a touchpad icon in the notification (tray) area on the lower right, it might have an option to lower the sensitivity. The Control Panel should supply an applet to the touchpad. The best answer is to get a mouse and disable the faulty touchpad.. the can be replaced too. Once a touchpad gets sensitive like that, the mere tapping on the keys of the keyboard can cause the pointer to move on you.

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We have a Toshiba A135 laptop with Windows 7 Home Premium. I would like to adjust the sensitivity of the touchpad, but cannot find how do make this adjustment. Please help.


Hi kipspal2,

You can adjust the sensitivity of the touchpad according to your requirement. Just follow the instructions below:
1) Click on Start.
2) Go to Control Panel
3) Double Click on 'Mouse'.

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4) The Mouse Properties dialogue box pops up.
5) In the pointer options tab, under Motion, there will be a slider under 'Select a pointer speed'.

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6) Move the slider with your mouse towards 'Slow'. Now you will notice that when you move your mouse, the sensitivity has decreased.
7) Apply the settings and Click OK.

Hope this information was helpful.

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How do you adjust the touchpad on the Satellite L505 Toshiba?


Hi, to adjust the touchpad settings for your Toshiba L505 kindly follow the Step by Step intruction guide on this link,

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/outFrm.jsp?ofId=AskIris&searchString=Mouse+pointer+jumps+around+as+you+type

You will see several search results, just click the topmost result which says "Mouse pointer jumps around as you type". You will then see a detailed guide on how to adjust touchpad settings. Hope this works for you.

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Have a Satellite P 305D-S9800; scoll bar will not pull down by mouse or touch pad; as soon as I let go it jumps back to the top please help


The "Touchpad is very sensitive; if you look while scrolling, the "scroll-bar" will turn (Blue), click on the ("scroll-bar"), until it turn "Gray." Note: "You ca use the Pointer Device / Touchpad without using the Scroll-bar, basically anywhere on the screen; ("bottom scroll-pad" = left to right"), and ("right -side edge scroll-pad = up & down").

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I have an acer 5515 running on Windows xp with touchpad issues


it's not manufacturer specific, it's just a mouse setting in control panel.

seriously, control panel > mouse > pointer options > sensitivity slider

how long did you look for it? you didn't actually, did you...

or with your old toshiba one, were you using some custom software that you thought was the right way of doing it? whatever, next question.

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Just change the mouse speed and acceleration.

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Touchpad Sensitivity - Toshiba Satellite M55-S329: My cursor has recently begun to jump around like crazy when I type. I believe it's probably because my hands are brushing over the touchpad, which is...


If you have any dust or food particles in the cracks between the touchpad and the laptop, be sure to clean those out with a can of pressurized air. Those will sometimes cause the touchpad to think you are touching it on two places at once, which will make the touchpad jump all over the place.

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the easy method would be to hook up a USB mouse and disable the touchpad to see if that works. Control Panel -> Mouse (or Printers and other Hardware), then click on the mouse and then click on Advanced or Hardware tab to look at the options. You might be able to have it disable the touchpad when a mouse is present.

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Toshiba Satellite touchpad sensitivity


if you go to :

  1. control panel
  2. hardware and sound
  3. mouse
  4. device settings
  5. click the "setings" button
  6. then go to sensitivity
i hope this works as i have a toshiba a200 laptop. while you're there you can toggle palm check in case you lean on the touchpad.

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