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Dell inspiron touchpad

Hii ,,
my dell inspiron touch is used to werking perfectly untill i set up a fresh copy of windows... the touch pad became crazy!!!
it clicks on items automaically when my finger is still on it plz help me
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  • felixack Mar 07, 2008

    I HAVE MY TOUCHPAD WORKING PORRLY.IT MOVES TO OPPOSITES DIRECTIONS.

  • Anonymous Oct 20, 2008

    Same problem only no new installation.
    Mouse just goes by itself, seems like touchpad has gone bad.
    Dell Inspiron 4000 - XP

  • LightnLar Oct 20, 2008

    I have the same problem.
    Just started one day, no new installation.
    Crawls all over the screen, has a mind of it's own.
    Inspiron 4000 & XP, no viruses, seems like touchpad has gone bad to me.


  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    I have an Inspiron 6400 and like everyone else, my touchpa just spazzed out one day with no new installation. I had the tocuh-click isabled and on its own it started touch-clicking and it was super sensitive. I figured out how to fix it a while ago when it happened but I've forgotten now, it was some weird setting tat wasnt showing up before.


  • rachas6 Feb 11, 2009

    I'm having the same issue, it started all of a sudden, the tap-click setting turned itself back on somehow (I've always had it disabled) and it's super sensitive. But when I go to my Mouse settings, the touchpad option isn't there. Help!

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Just had the same problem.mine was caused by a new charger or over charge.removed the mains power lead and all went back to normal.

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AAhhhh...this most probably due to its new default settings from winsdows.  If you can gain a little control over the mouse, try to go into control panel and Key/Mouse icon.  There under properties, you should be able to select the speed, AND find where it says if you would like it to open a window by moving the cursor over it.  there's propably a box to check or uncheck.  Click apply, and you will be good to go

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I had the same issues. It seemed like the right touchpad button was stuck down but physically it was fine. I tried ykram34's solution and unplugged my charger and now it is working great! Thanks very much.

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

  • Bobgek123 Feb 04, 2011

    What is a mains power lead

  • Bobgek123 Feb 04, 2011

    Could u provide me with more information on the mains power lead, and how to complete this repair

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