Question about ASUS Eee 4G Notebook
There usually is a certain way to temporarily disable the mouse
look for something like that on the "F" keys (F1 F2 F3) (like a cross over a picture of a mouse pad)
you might have to press the "FN" key and "F" (depending which one had the picture) at the same time .
if not check for options (try right clicking mouse pad icon in system tray maybe) or look for an option the control panel
tell me if you got it figured out
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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