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Takes too long to start the windows, when it starts the mouse freezes up and all the keys are disabled

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The TouchPad is enabled by default. To change the enable/
disable TouchPad setting by using the Fn + F9 keys, see
“Disabling or enabling the TouchPad” on page 234.
You may also change the enable/disable setting as follows:
1 Click Start, Control Panel.
The Control Panel window appears.
2 Click Printers and Other Hardware.
3 Click Mouse.
The Mouse Properties window appears.
4 Click the TouchPAD ON/OFF tab.
The TouchPAD ON/OFF tab view window appears.
5 Select Disable or Enable, whichever is appropriate.
6 Click Apply.
7 Click OK.
The Mouse Properties window closes.
8 Close the Printers and Other Hardware window.
9 Close the Control Panel window.


Or you can get the manual on the link below. Just type in the # code and click on download now. Page 61 tells you how to unlock the mouse pad.

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man

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dmusick,
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Well start a bit slower then.
go into the bios at startup F2, and navigate around does it freeze there. if no then
start windows in safe mode F8 when windows logo shows.
freezing ?
If its not freezing then turn off the startup programs.
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any freezing.
If its freezing you may have a hardware issue.
if you have 2 sticks of memory remove on and or /reseat them
boot the dell diagnostics cd and check the cpu and memory.
report back

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