Question about Samsung R610-64G Laptop
You will need to boot into safe mode - by pressing the F8 key once every second during bootup until you get an option menu and select "safe mode with networking support". Once it starts your touchpad should work - then you will be able to go into your Control Panel to re-install the drivers for the touchpad - Then reboot.
The other way is to use your "Start" key (bottom left on your keyboard between the ctl and alt keys) then TAB key to your control panel - and the space key in place of a mouse click.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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