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How to used the touch pad


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I have a Dell Studio laptop and the left click has stopped working. I can still select by tapping the touch pad, and the right click still works - but nothing happens when I push the left. Thanks!


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My Acer 5810T laptop touch pad click function is not working, however the cursor/mouse movement via the touch pad is working well


In the bottom left of your screen by the clock there should be an icon that says touch pad device, synaptics touch, or something along those lines. If you click on this it will give you different options for the touch pad and one of them is tap to click, make sure this is turned on.

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My touchpad left click wont work but left click and when i move it it works . i even installed Synaptics - input -synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad From windows update still the left click wont work...


I have this same problem on my pavillion dv6. sent it to warranty repairs twice they have replaced the keyboard, touch pad and mother board, worked about a week after last repair which took two weeks. I am sending it back on feb 10 for more replace parts and see if it works. I searched the web and I have not found any solution and hp won't even acknowledge the problem althoughit it is not limited to the hp product. Reconfigureing and downloading drivers etc. has done nothing but waste time. I am using usb mouse with touch pad disabled for now even that acts strange with the touch pad enabled.

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My touch pad is not working before was ok but now i have to click to left botton for any things tanks


locate the FN key on the lower left side of the keypad,
next locate the touchpad key usually one of the F keys(F1-F12) press and hold the FN keys and the touchpad key, release them and check the touch pad.
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Click Start > Control Panel > Mouse > Device Settings (tab) > Settings (right hand side, immediately under the white box with your touch pad device listed)

Select "Tapping" on the left and make sure it is enabled.
If tapping was enabled, go to "Sensitivity" on the left and adjust the touch settings.

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