Question about Dell F3534 Touchpad
What you may want to do is adjust the sensitivity. Go to Start, Control Panel, Mouse and you should have settings there that you can change.
If the above does not help, unistall and reinstall drivers via Device Manager. If you un-install it, it comes back every times MS scans for new hardware.
If everything else fails, I believe you have a defective touchpad. This is a known issue for Dell touchpads. You need to replace the Palm Rest assembly (which includes the touchpad). However before doing this, check if your computer is still under warranty. If it is, take in it for a service.
Here is the link for the step by step process on how to replace the Palm Rest assembly.
All the best!
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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