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Go to Control Panel and double-click the Mouse icon.
Go the the last tab - it should be of Synaptics settings (forgot it's name).
In the left side menu you should see the scrolling option, then you should enable it in the right side - and click OK.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First thing you will need to do is download the Synaptics Touchpad Driver from their website. I have included the link to the download page below
If this is a netbook, most likely you are running 32-bit of Windows 7 and so you will need to click on "Windows Vista 32-bit Edition v10.1.8" while on Synaptics' website.
Once you download it, simply double click on it to run it and then you will have to restart your computer.
No configuration is necessary. Once you have restarted, you will once again have your touchpad scrolling back.
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