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I have a systemax laptop. While trying to install a mouse, the directions said to disable the mousepad. I did and now I need to enable it.

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I think you can enable it via device manager.
which you will find in the system folder in the control panel.

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Hi, i hav a probook 4510s laptop & i cant get the mouse pad to work... when the lappy is starting up, in the left hand top corner is says - no mouse detected. please help!


If this is a recent occurance, shut down, unplug, remove battery, plug in, push the on/off button and do a System Restore to a date before this problem. Perhaps the TouchPad driver is in error. You can try a external USB mouse to troubleshoot the problem in Device Manager to verify the driver or device isn't in error. I think HP TouchPad software is Synaptics Pointing Device, check your your Tray Notification Area for the icon, right click, select Pointing Device Properties. Or Control Panel, select Mouse.

Nov 29, 2013 | HP ProBook 4510s FM849UT Notebook

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Gateway laptop computer screen is upside down and can not use mouse


Shortcut Key To Flip The Screen In the Windows TO 180 Degree..
The shortcut is (or should be, read below**)
for normal windows : Ctrl + Alt + <Up arrow> (or shift+alt+<up arrow>)
and for 180 deg it is : Ctrl + Alt + <Down arrow> (or shift+alt+<down arrow>)
However, you should know that these are default shortcuts for
Intel Extreme Graphics Controller, and you can change them. To
check / change or disable these keys go to control panel->Intel Extreme Graphics->Hot Keys.
**sometimes the shortcuts do not work. This happens when you have not enabled rotation
feature in Display Settings under Intel Graphics Media Accelerator media. You need to
enable rotation in order to be able to Rotate / Flip your windows screen upside down / 90 / 180 / 270 degrees.

Mouse: with mouse, do you mean a usb mouse or the mousepad? if the mousepad isnt working, check ur "F" keys for an icon that looks like a mousepad icon. Then press the "Fn" key + the corresponding mousepad icon key and see if it works.

Oct 15, 2013 | Gateway CX2610 Notebook

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Laptop wont move or switch off


Hi,
please find some button near the mousepad. this is used to disable and enable the mouse arrow.. You might have accidentally clicked the button which disable your mouse.. so click it again to enable the mouse pointer.

I hope this is helpful to you.
Thanks

Apr 26, 2010 | Samsung NC10-14GW Notebook

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Acer 4720z mousepad not working


You may have a function key that can enable/disable it or a setting in the control panel > mouse > pointing devices. Or possibly a BIOS setting to enable/disable.

Apr 08, 2010 | Acer Aspire 4720 Notebook

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Gateway laptop running Vista suddenly developed an issue with the mouse pad.... double click doesn't respond. However the touch pad works to move the mouse


Hi there,
I have just had this problem with an Acer laptop running on Vista Home. When I double clicked on the actual pad itself rather than the bottons, it wasn't recognising it at all. Wouldn't scroll down or select a folder etc, just if I double clicked on the actual pad. Everything else worked OK.
I tried the solutions above but they didn't work.
Turns out it's the 'Tapping' function that needs to be enabled. Go to Start > Contol Panel > Hardware > Mouse > Device Settings > Then it says devices: and lists what pad hardware you have (mine is Synaptics Touchpad V7.2.
Under the box are 3 buttons Enable, Disable and Settings, presuming yours is enabled go to Settings > Tapping > Enable Tapping. Hey Presto! :-)

Aug 21, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Mousepad won't respond


go to control panel, performance and maintence, hardware, device manager, find your mouse, and then disable , then enable, if this dont work, update driver, also make sure it is turned on, go to control panel, mouses and keyboards, and make sure it is enabled there first.,

Jun 02, 2009 | HP Compaq Business Notebook NX9005...

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LAPTOP BUILT IN MOUSE PAD


depending on what laptop you got i got an acer spire 5751z and it can enable or disable the mousepad by pressing 2 keys on the same time:
<FN><F7>

let me know what laptop you got or how it worked out
greetings

Jan 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Acer Aspire 3000 laptop


Hi, Try pressing the FN+F7 buttons together. This will enables or disables the touchpad.
Cheers!

Apr 12, 2008 | Acer Aspire 3000 Notebook

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Mouse pad is not working but usb mouse is!


Try pressing the FN+F7 buttons together.. This enables / disables the touchpad

Jan 17, 2008 | Acer Aspire 3000 Notebook

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Permanent settings in control panel


function and f7 key disable and enabled mousepad

Oct 19, 2007 | Acer TravelMate 2300 Notebook

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