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Virtually any inkjet printer works with your Laptop. Factors to keep in mind are the cost of the printer and cost of the ink cartridges. Printer manufacturers make the printer very inexpensive but the cartridges not!
Also the purpose of printer. Photo printing or general use?
Before buying any printer look at the cost of replacement cartridges. Kodak is one company currently keeping the price of their cartridges low. This does not mean they are the best printers out there. HP Lexmark Epson Samsung and many other make printers.
Quality of printing shown by DPI dots per inch information
Price of the printer should not be a major factor in selecting printer
Price of cartridges should be taken seriously as the recurring expenditure increases with that!
Not much description to go on so im guessing, right click my computer and go to manage or search device manager, click on mice and other pointing devices right click and un-install restart the laptop on boot up it will recognise a mouse and install it from there if the problem is still there then try holding down the Fn button and look at the top of your keyboard to something that looks like a mouse pad and press it as doing this will turn on and or off the mouse pad if the problem still persists then there is an indication of a circuitry fault and should consult asus to send it in for replacement or a computer repair work shop to have this fixed
Hi Patrick, The most likely problem is that the ribbon cable from the touch pad is not making proper connection with the motherboard. I would recommend you get this repaired under warranty, there is a bit of work involved in pulling the laptop apart to get to this cable & connector and if you do something wrong it could void your warranty.
I can give you instructions if you wish to try and fix it yourself. Let me know.
I have a Dell 610 myself and have the same problem, in spite of the software updates, the pressure sensitivity doesn't work real well.
To disable the glide pad, boot into the setup screens, F2, use Alt+P to scroll through the pages for mouse vs. keypad. Select Serial Mouse. Doesn't make sense when you have a USB mouse, but the PC will keep your USB mouse enabled and this disables the Glide Pad.
If you're confused or I mistyped this, ask me via the comment box below and I'll make it more clear. Its pretty late here on the West Coast, but this will fix your problem.
Thanks for rating this solution fixed once we have you settled and finished if it takes another response from me to reboot myself and be more accurate as to what page its on.
its the reservoir on the left side , power off the printer , open and then with a light see the small square suction area on the left side , poke some paper towels in hole and it will start absorbing the ink. it is messy so watch it. use gloves.
blueleaf, I checked the EPSON website and there are no VISTA drivers on there. Your printer will not work without the proper drivers. I am afraid that you will have to get a new printer. Just being honest...