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Change touchpad settings for dell C640 laptop

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  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    Recently got my inspiron serviced and the scroll function on the side of the touchpad no longer works. I can't seem to find the menu to change the settings of the touch pad.

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Try going to Dell's site and downloading the application and reinstalling. This will add an additional tab to your mouse adjustments. It also gives you the option of a taskbar icon.

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I read on this a while then found these 2 packages and downloaded from DELL's site:

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