Question about Dell F3534 Touchpad
With most Laptops, Touchpad (or mouse) issues are caused by the driver especially if the operating system was recently upgraded or new application installed: I suggest that you re-install the Touchpad/Mouse driver specific to your Laptop and Operating system: a drivers CD/DVD normally comes with your Laptop or download it from Dell web site. Depending on the O/S, you could as a first step, delete the driver from Control Panel/Systems, Reboot and let the O/S either re- install the existing driver automatically or prompt you for the correct driver. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
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