Question about IBM ThinkPad T40 2373 Notebook
The left click for the mouse does not respond at all, and the right click is very slow, but the mouse works fine for allowing movement of the cursor, and the key board seems OK otherwise. We turned on and off the computer a few times but nothing seemed to work. Any ideas?
It's kind of hard to tell without actually looking at it,but
as skotkoir sez, replacing it with a good used on is probably the better way to go. Sounds like you have one of two problems. Either there is something (foreign objects, food, soft drink residue) that is binding up the buttons and/or making them sticky; or something has broken in the assembly. Not much that you can fix.
Posted on May 08, 2008
Replace the keyboard with one from eBay that would be the least costly way to repair the problem. sounds like the cable has been damaged for the keyboard to motherboard interface. have you tried connecting a mouse to the usb port or the ps2 port on the back? that may solve the problem if you don't want to replace the keyboard
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Click on the "Start" button in the lower left
corner of your computer screen to open the Start menu so you can change the
mouse sensitivity. Locate the control panel link on the right-hand column of
the Start menu and click on the link.
Wait for the Control Panel manu to open and then locate the
"Search Control Panel" bar at the top of the menu on the the
right-hand side. Type in "mouse" (no quote marks) in the window and
locate the mouse menu at the top, left side of the menu.
Locate the link that says "Change Button Settings"
at the bottom of the mouse menu and click on the link. When the mouse
properties window appears, locate the tabs at the top of the window and find
the one that says "Pointer Options."
Click on the "Pointer Options" window tab and
locate the heading that says "Motion." In the Motion section, find
the slide ajustment bar that is labeled "Slow" on the left side and
"Fast" on the right side of the bar.
Move the bar according to your desired speed and
preferences, and click on the "Apply" button on the lower right-hand
side of the window.
Click the "OK" button on the lower left-hand side
of the window, which will take you back to the default window. Verify that the
mouse sensitivity is according to your needs and readjust if necessary by
repeating these steps.
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