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Dell Touchpad I reset the touchpad to suit my personal tastes. However whenever I turn my computer off and restart, all the touchpad properties are rest to default.

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  • orlambert Aug 25, 2008

    I have a vostro 1400 and suffer the same problem. I set the touchpad to my liking and these settings are lost even when I "hibernate" my laptop. Very frustrating to have to reset the snail pace touchpad to something a bit quicker everytime I turn my otherwise very robust machine on.

  • Samebito Sep 22, 2008

    Dell I1720 Touchpad will not save settings

  • Anonymous Nov 12, 2008

    same thing wtf

  • orlambert May 11, 2010

    Thanks, but I already have the most recent driver from dell. Downloading and trying to install as you suggested confirmed this.The driver is the problem.

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Download and run the touchpad driver from support.dell.com. Go to drivers and downloads>enter your service tag or choose your model>choose your operating system and click the "Input device drivers" category and download the touchpad driver.

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