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


I installed the R49155.EXE and got 2 more tabs in the properties window for my mouse (Start + Control Panel + Mouse).

In the new "Device Settings" tab I can either totally disable the touchpad or in "Settings", just disable the "TAP to click"; which is the feature causing the cursor to bounce all over.

Also in the active application section of the launch bar, lower right next to clock, an ICON is now present and "TAP to click" is an option, which I can now easily inable/disable; after opening the ICON with a click.

As I understand it, R46325.EXE is the R49155.EXE on steroids, but did not need that.



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SOURCE: change touchpad settings for dell

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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