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Mouse Sensitivity Issue

I have been using my Lenovo 3000 Y4100 Laptop since 4 months and i am experiencing problem with the touch sensitivity of the mouse pad. The cursor does not move an inch sometimes, It does not even respond to the finger tip movements.

It has really become a pain. Please do help me out with it .......

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  • ben0127 Aug 25, 2008

    How do i update the touch pad software ???? I use a Lenovo 3000 Y4100 Laptop. I have tried all the possible troubleshooting under the control panel concerned to the Mouse.

  • confident16 Dec 25, 2008

    i tried a lot of things to solve the same problem but its occuring again and again, in the sense i have tried updating the drivers, but problem is not getting fixed and my mouse doesnot then move even a bit.
    please solve my problem
    confident16@gmail.com

  • Jason May 11, 2010

    First, I'd check your mouse properties in the control panel. Failing any solution there, I'd update the touchpad software.


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If your laptop is Vista, this page should have a download for a Vista touchpad driver:

http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/lenovo/drivers/2412/50.html

If it's an XP laptop, try this link:

http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/lenovo/drivers/2412/313.html

If one of them works, let me know which one and rate appropriately. If neither of them do, we'll try something else.

Thanks.

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