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Are you using a mouse or a touch pad?
if using a mouse, try to use a mouse pad. if using a touch pad, try to reinstall the drivers you probably need to contact ASUS tech support

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

  • alexcarro138 Mar 24, 2011

    Telling me to contact Asus tech support is not a solution. My solution is to take it back to the store and demand my money back.

  • Allan Dale Dela Cruz
    Allan Dale Dela Cruz Mar 24, 2011

    you are stupid. thats why you are having problems. If I am ASUS I would give your money back rather than to deal with a stupid person like you. read whats the solution given to you. I gave out more alternative before telling you to contact ASUS did I? or do you want a step by step stupid guide? stupid alex



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That should clear up the problem, if you cannot find synaptics in the add remove programs please post back.

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