Question about Lenovo 3000 N500 Notebook
I wish to temporarily turning off the mouse pad on Lenovo 300 n500 so it oes not get inadvertently touched while typing
You have a button just to do that simle task, its un the upper right side and it has a touchpad on it, press it, looks like a display but its a button :)
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Posted on May 24, 2009
There is a small touchpad on the laptop, just above the Pause button, which turns the main mouse pad on and off. It is situated on the far right hand side (there are also touch buttons for the volume controls there), between the N500 logo and where the power supply jack fits in.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
You can go to control panel, you should see touchpad, you should be able to open this and go under options to turn it off, you can go to devise mgr and look down until you see touchpad, and click on it and then click properties, and pick driver then disable. If you are doing this because you are going to plug in a mouse, usb, then I think you can just plug in the mouse and it will over ride the touchpad,I would try this first. I hope this works for you. Anymore questions,just post back and anyone will be more than happy to help you.
I am not sure if your lap calls it touchpad, different companys have different names,but hopfully you
get the idea,and can find it.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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