Question about Acer eMachines 520-2890 Notebook
Touchpads are notorious for going out. Many people put too much pressure on them and they get stuck in a down position or think of two pieces of paper glued together. Most of the time you can tell because the mouse cursor (arrow) will move on the screen by itself either top to bottom or left to right. You try and put it on something and it is shaky and wont stay. If you are getting no response at all from it you should try reinstalling the driver from ACER support or Synaptics.com (they make the touchpads) You can try the following and then yes if under warranty take it back. Taking your finger and with medium pressure go around the outside of the track pad surface and then work way to center. Dont use any type of cleaner but see if any crumbs or debris has gotten lodged along the edges where the pad meets teh laptop case. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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