Question about Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook
Since you don't mention the Operating System, here are the steps for XP. They're similar in Vista and W7 if you nose around a bit.
Go to Control Panel>Mouse> (now you should be in the "Mouse Properties" window with 2 rows of tabs) > Click the Devices tab and you should see options to enable or disable the Touchpad or the Touchpad Buttons. Under Touchpad click the little circle next to Disable and then below right click on the "Apply" button.
That's it. Enable the pad again whenever you choose in the same window.
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Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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