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I was using my pc and later on i found that the scroll function on my touch pad wasnt work how can i activate the scroll function on my touchpad

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  • idoobi Mar 23, 2011

    the problem is the configuration of horizontal and vertical scroll function were not work any idea about this problem

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Glad to HELP YOU!

All you have to do is to go
START > CONTROL PANEL > MOUSE
and there to ENABLE (just check this option) this feature and you can also setup the SENSITIVITY by sliding right (more sensitive) or left (less sensitive) the cursor.


My best wishes!

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