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Re: lapptop touch pad not responsive
Hii srm-mom ....
see jst fallow wat i m sayin....
go to start option>control panel>printer n other hardware>mouse
here u can set urs mouse speed n urs mouse pointer....
if u r not able to see ny mouse pointer choose diffrent pointer..
if irs mouse speed is slow u can increase it also...
try dis tell me.....
dis settting for windows xp nly....
if ur usin vista same as it but sm diffrent..
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Be very careful about this. When I used my laptop all the time the same thing would happen from time to time.
If you touch the mouse pad at all it will move your cursor. Even lightly touching it with part of your hand can do the trick. Its best to hold your hands as high off the laptop as you are comfortable with. Try this and see if the problem persists.
When I have seen this happen, the touch pad was set overly sensitive. When you are typing, your palm may be moving the cursor. If this happens at other times, then this can be corrected in the control panel. Go there and click on touch pad. It will have settings to set the sensitivity for the mouse pad, speed, double click/single, etc. You can change the settings to be more suited to your hands.
FYI: Older laptops were more susceptible to touchpad errors and I have even seen the area on either side of the touchpad to cause the mouse cursor to move and jump.
To turn off the touchpad when an external mouse or other pointing device is present, you can goto the Control Panel and double click the Mouse properties icon.
Click the Device Select tab and check "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present." The cursor will no longer move via the touchpad.
Alternatively, you can permanently disable the touchpad of your laptop by clicking the "Disable Device" in the Touch Pad setting. Advanced users can disable the touchpad from the BIOS setup [press F2 when the computer is booting to enter BIOS settings]
For extra USB ports, purchase a USB hub($15 -$20). That way you can add at least 4 USB ports to your laptop. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe