Whenever I try to use my mouse to select any icon other than the first of many it select the on I want and the ones before as it I am holding down the left mouse button and as result if I chose to open the one I want because the others are selected it open all and I just can't seem to get around it...
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Re: lenovo laptop touch pad or mouse
Download the latest touch-pad drivers from Lenovo's website.
If you have the drivers and utility installed, you should have an icon on the bottom right of the taskbar (may need to hit the arrow to expand.) If you open up that utility there should be an option for "Tapping" which is where tapping the mouse bad will mimic a mouse click. Try disabling that.
Make sure you aren't bumping the pad with your wrist when you are typing on the keyboard.
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There is an adjustment for this sensitivity go to control panel and look up the mouse if there is not icon on the tray to do any options. What your looking for in short is options in the option tick sensitivity there you can adjust it for your comfort. Locate this and your on your way. If you cannot find any touch pad information go to your manufactures web site and download the driver or software for your touch pad. It should drop to the task bar as an icon below. Or if you have the show all icons turned off turn it on it may be in there. The best way to do that is right click in the tray where the icons are and select show all icons or if you see the mouse pad icon there open it and tick options. That is what I would do Win 7 may have loaded it but the actual configuration files may not have been downloaded, you may also wish to check out the Windows Updates and tick on all the updates you have missed you may find the software there for the mouse pad updates. That is all I can offer maybe someone else has a better answer here. John
try to go to control panel and select eh touch pad if it is present and restore defaults in its settings ..if this does not work ..you need to get to the support site and download the driver for the pad and run it again .reinstalling the driver will make it work again . here is the link for Toshiba support ..just select the model and the operation system and after that select the touch pad driver and download it ..run it after extracting from archive . http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp to see the models select downloads..
follow these steps
1. go to control panel
2. go to mouse settings
3. check mouse settings
4. restart your computer
If still its not working please check it with lenovo tech support as there might be hardware issue .
The mouse pad maybe faulty or the ribbon cable from the mouse pad to the motherboard may not be properly connected. Reseat this cable.
You can connect an USB optical mouse to the laptop. I prefer you use a USB mouse all the time over the mouse pad.