Same laptop but intel core 2 duo, and I got the same problem , my touch pad is very hot sometime and I have the cooling fan underneath the laptop it's help! and after that like couple weeks later my laptop was death it wasn't boot the vista. it shown the options like 1. fix the ..... 2. start normally.
when I choose No.1, the screen turn BLANK all day and nothing changed and I power shut down and choose No.2, then it boot!! But the programs were not boot well and stuck like not completed. SO what's wrong with it???
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Your touch pad should do the trick.
They are called "Gestures". They are set to active by default. If it's not. Go to "Control panel > click "mouse" and find "touch pad". There you will find "Gestures". Activate it.
1. Put two fingers on the touch pad and try to move both fingers up or down. Learn how to scroll up and down.
2. Move those fingers side ways. This should do the "Horizontal" scroll.
There are others, like:
Put one finger stationary and rotate the other. This rotates the orientation of the object.
Try it and good luck.
Use the touch pad to move the pointer around the screen. Run your finger over the touch pad in the direction you want the pointer to move and then click the left touch bar (this works as the left button on a mouse).
Its a special feature of laptops' touch pad that if u slide two finger(one horizontal and one vertical) simontaneously, it will zoom in or out... Try not to touch two fingers simontaneously on touch pad.... It also occurs with me... Thanks..
1)touch and hold both the M and E touch pads for at least 1 second to enter clock setting mode 2)set the hour by touching either of the the arrow touch pads on the top panel to increase or decrease the number 3)when the hour is set correctly touch the E touch pad to confirm 4)the minute digit will now flash. set the minutes by touching either arrow touch pad on the top panel to increase or decrease the minutes 5) when the minutes are set correctly touch the E touch pad to confirm the clock is now set
Hi You have a bad touch pad , there maybe a be a button stuck in , try running your fingers over all the touch buttons but i think the touch pad will need to be replaced as always remove the power before taking it a part
Sensors in this vehicle pertain to the wear sensor on the front brake pad.It is a protruding metal finger on the pad itself, which will produce a "metal to metal" high pitched "scraping" squeel once pad wear permits this finger to touch.This worns you there is a minimal amount of pad thickness remaining and approaching a serious "metal to metal" condition which will wipe out rotors and more.
This will be one of three things; 1- a driver glitch with the touch pad. Uninstall the drivers for the touch pad from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the touch pad and reinstall the drivers automatically. You might also look at Compaq's support site for any updated drivers or patches for the touch pad. 2- You may have a loose connection. Remove the keyboard, check and clean the touch pad connection/connector. 3- A faulty touch pad. If the other two don't work, then disconnect the touch pad and try using the machine with an external mouse. If this works, then the touch pad has malfunctioned and needs replacing. Ty these and let me know.