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How to disable touchpad?????? i end up opening things i dont want to by tapping it by accident and i just want to use the buttons to click for mouse only Acer Aspire 6930

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Dear friend please press FN+F7 ( sign of touchpad) Its will locked then. When you want to use it again press same key. Follow the sign which is you press with FN key.
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