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Im using a DELL LATITUDE D620 the touchpad isn't working and one day I found out I have to +ALT to move my cursor on the touchpad,anyway to fix this ?

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Looks like you may have inadvertently pressed the Function (FN) key associated with the touchpad. try re-enabling it by pressing Function(FN) and the corresponding F key. For my computer it's F5...but on others it has been F7...just look for the symbol that looks like a touchpad. This should cover it. (: Good Luck!

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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The best solution I found was to restore your computer to a previous time before the touch pad got messed up here is what I did

Go to Start menu-> My Computer-> Control Panel-> Performance and maintenance-> System Restore (on the left panel)-> Restore my computer to an earlier time-> Choose any date then press Next-> and Next again->and you should have tour touch pad working again. ^.^


I'm so happy I got mine working again been working on it for 2 days O.O I was going to get in trouble if I didn't do it.

Posted on Aug 16, 2012

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“Hi let’s see if we can fix this problem”
I. “To “Enable” the Pointer Device using the Touch-Pad, go to, Control Panel, click (“Mouse) in the “Hardware and Sound” category; go to, “Device Settings” in the (Devices) block.
II. “Highlight”; the item you want to (enable) this being the “Pointer Device.” Click the (Enable) button, just below. Be sure to (Click) on the “Apply” button, and click OK.
III. You may need to “Update Drivers?” Click on “Hardware, click “Properties,” click, on Driver.” If the, Update Driver (block) is not “Grayed-out” click “Update Driver”, click (OK), this will ensure that the application take effect.
Note: Restarting the computer will configure system changes in the computer applications to prevent errors, and to finalize the (Installing / Uninstalling) of programs, and or (Enabling / Disabling) of Hardware.
Hope this Fix it.

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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