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I am not able to used the touch pad for acer aspire 3680 i tried fn + f7 key i still have the same problem i am using a wireless mouse

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Navigate Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse

Then mouse properties window will be open.
Click on device setting.
Your TouchPad will be listed under Devices, be sure that its Enabled/Yes, if its not enabled click on Enable button bellow to the device list.

Note: If your TouchPad is not listed in Devices list, then you have to install driver for the touch pad. For driver please search Acer website.

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Iqbal

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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hi!!!

ok use usb mouse if you have then
re-install the driver of your touched
pad


if your problem will not solve try to email me
ronaldsuboc@gmail.com

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