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Every Time I type I accidently tap my touchpad with my hand and it clicks somewhere else. I looked in the control panel but it doesn't have anything to stop it from clicking it used to have advanced settings but now it doesn't so I can't stop it from clicking Please help

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  • emirtekin77 Nov 14, 2010

    I have Synaptics Pointing Device

  • emirtekin77 Nov 14, 2010

    nope :/ What mouse drive do you use ?

  • emirtekin77 Nov 15, 2010

    no its not :/ please help!

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SOURCE: acer aspire 5620 touchpad problems

Go to acer website and look for support/then driver download/select your model/and download/do RUN instead of SAVE

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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Hi there'
Hold down Fn and hit F7 to see if the touchpad reactivates.
Please post back if you have any more trouble.

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SOURCE: My touchpad will not respond when I tap it

On the bottom bar by the clock, if your computer is newer there should be a small icon that controls your mouse. Simply right click on it and check the box "tap to click" or similar. Hope this helps!
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SOURCE: My touchpad mouse is not clicking

First check in control panel that your touchpad mouse is enabled.
Then if it is enable alrady then uninstall touchpad driver then reinstall driver.

If you haven't driver then download driver from this link.
http://gd.panam.acer.com/home/

select your model and operatign system then download touchpad driver.

Let me know if you need more assistanse.
Thanks.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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SOURCE: how to disable touchpad

Dear friend please press FN+F7 ( sign of touchpad) Its will locked then. When you want to use it again press same key. Follow the sign which is you press with FN key.
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