Question about Dell U0636 Mouse
Hi, click on the "Start Button" in the (right, pane) select to open the Control Panel, next open the [Hardware and Sound] applet. Next in the "Mouse Properties" (window) click on the "Device Setting" button, once the window open, click on the "Setting" button just below the "highlighted" (Name of the device TouchPad. Try out some of the "items listed" Tapping, Virtual Scrolling... "You must click on the "Apply, OK buttons when finished." Note: Restart the computer; this will make sure the changes are correctly applied, and working properly. "Rating the solution will let me know if the problem is fixed, or you will need further assistance, thanks."
Posted on May 30, 2010
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