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Touch pad does not allow pointer to move, i have a red square showing in the top left side of touchpad

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May be you touchepad has been disabled by using little squared button next to the pad . . . touch it again and make the square become blue

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How do i turn on touch pad


You probably have a Synaptics Touchpad. What you have to do is look for the Synaptics logo(it's like a white circle on a red background) in your status bar(lower right corner of the scree, neer the clock). Double click that icon. A window called Mouse properties appears. The last tab is Device settings that also has the Synaptics Icon. If you click it you should see a list of all Synaptics devices on your laptop. Since you only have one you will only have one item in the list. Double click that item and a new Properties window will open. You have a list on the left side of that window. Select tapping and make sure Enable tapping is Checked. That should be it.Good Luck!

Nov 16, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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How can i fix my not working touch pad?


The information provided is somewhat limited, however, here are a few things to consider.
1.) Check for a touchpad button located immediately above the touchpad itself. Some laptops have this and some don't. If your laptop has this, try pressing it once since it is the ON/OFF button for the touchpad.
2.) It's possible you're experiencing a settings issue. Rather than trying to weed out the specific issue, it would be much easier to do a system restore and revert your system settings back to when the touchpad worked. Goto Start/All Programs (or just Programs)/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. You want to choose a System Restore date that is BEFORE your issue started. System Restore can take up to 15-20 minutes and should not be interrupted. Just set your oven timer for 20 min and come back after it dings to test your touchpad.
3.) You could have a driver issue. You'll want to check Device Manager for this. In Windows XP, click on Start, RIGHT-click on My Computer, click on Properties, click on the Hardware tab, click on the Device Manager button. In Vista, click Start, RIGHT-click Computer, click Properties, click Device Manager (the link in the upper-left corner of the System Properties window). If you see any yellow question marks or exclamation points anywhere in this list, it's likely your touchpad driver needs reinstalled. Check your manufacturers website for the latest driver.
4.) If none of the above work, you may need to replace the touchpad (or just use a USB mouse).
I hope that helps and best of luck!

Sep 21, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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My touchpad on my compaq laptop will move but will not move in the direction im moving it to instead it goes all over the screen


Try cleaning the touchpad off, and if that does not work talk to the place you bought it from about getting a new touchpad installed. However it could be a software issue, restart your laptop and run an antivirus scan.

Jul 01, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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Touchpad compaq 510 not work How check basic with me?


You more then likely accidently switched it off click the Function Key ( It says Fn on it) this key is in the bottom left corner of your keyboard. Click that key while at the same time up in your top row of keys there should be an image that looks like your touchpad on one of those keys click that key at the same time that you press the Fn key and that should reactivate the touchpad. Let me know if that works out for you.

Jun 19, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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Touchpad and extern mouse working at the same time. Very annoying. Have tried all i can to disable the touchpad. Have an Compaq Presario CQ62


Try this website to down load a .pdf manual for your laptop.

h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02641795.pdf

Look closely at the touch pad, in the top left hand corner of the pad you should see a little white led shining away.

Tap the led twice, it should turn orange, you've disabled your touch pad, to re-activate it, tap it twice again, this should bring the white led back on.

Apr 14, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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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.

Feb 05, 2011 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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MY COMPAQ PRESARIO CQ40 TOUCHPAD IS NOT WORKING


there is a button at the top of your touchpad. . It is for locking and unlocking touchpad. . . try pressing it once. .

Sep 09, 2010 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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Cs walked on my laptop. noow cursor pad not working. Help


have a look at the F keys - is possible one of those disables the touch pad
you can enable and disable the touchpads Touchpad: - to enable or disable a touch pad/pointing device from the Start Menu > control panel > Change to claasic view - {on left hand menu} click on the mouse icon Mouse Properties dialog box, click "Device Settings tab" select the device click to Enable or Disable OR You may need to enable in the bios/setup menu - as the PC boots - you should get a message on how to get into the bios/setup - usually using F2 or DEL Key or F10 see if touch pad needs to be enabled there OR one of the F keys may disable/enable - depends on the model of the Laptop - toshiba sometime use FN+F9 key

Apr 20, 2010 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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The touch pad on my compaq presario CQ60is not working properly, the scroll is disactivated and i cannot find it in the control panel. even when i "turn off" the touchpad from the little button on top of...


The drivers for the device may be corrupted or uninstalled. Please update/reinstall suitable drivers using the drivers cd (supplied by compaq) and restart your system. This will definitely solve your problem.

Mar 04, 2010 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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The pointer doesnt move sometimes AT ALL


It may be in "accessibility" mode.

Tap the touchpad five times. A message will appear. Change it to normal mode, disable accessibility option.

Sep 30, 2009 | Compaq (153515-001) Touch Pad

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