Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Sometimes you can configure the sensitivity of the Mouse pad from Control Panel, Go there and look for applet MOUSE, if it is hardware issue, you can visit the website of the maker of your Laptop, and go for Support Page with Drivers, specifically issued for Mouse or Touch pad or In put. Most new Computer Systems now have Online Support which can detect the Problem of your Computer. Download the Detect Software... Once you upgraded the Drivers for the Board. let us say ASUS, the Bios will fix and update your Hardware. Just be careful sometimes, this is irreversible, meaning cannot uninstall the Drivers for BIOS, or on Board Software.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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