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My touchpad isn't workin at all....

Hi,

It's HP Pavilion dv4-1435dx entertainment Notebook PC

Windows Vista (Home Premium)

 

issue is about TOUCHPAD - It's not workin at all..... i tried an alternative, a USB mouse and it worked ..... can you please help me solve my issue.....

I already tried the related solutions in the forum, they doesnt suit mine, not one...

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Re: My touchpad isn't workin at all....

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Go to Start, Control Panel, Classic View, Device Manager, Mice and other pointing devices, if you see a yellow bang on a PS/2 mouse (probably your touchpad), opt to Uninstall the driver and reboot.

 

Message Edited by PC_Tester on 11-23-2009 11:53 PM
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I tried it already bro

no every th is workin well there.... i found nth problem with the drivers......
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Re: My touchpad isn't workin at all....

Go into BIOS and opt to load setup defaults, save and reboot.
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Re: My touchpad isn't workin at all....

Hi,

This is my answer on Your PM.

 

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If You installed driver through Windows Update:

 

On boot press F8 and choose Safe mode.

 

Go to Control Panel -> Devices Manager -> Mouse and other pointing devices

 

and find there touchpad. Click on it with right button of Your mouse and choose uninstall driver.

 

Install this one:

 

Alps touchpad here

 

B

If You upgraded from Vista to Win7:

 

Uninstall old driver for touchpad from system.

 

Resources:

Uninstalling Software in Windows 7

Uninstall or change a program in Windows 7

 

When You will do this

Install this one:

 

Alps touchpad here

 

I'm not sure then this will solve Your problem. If not we will be trying something else. Smiley Happy
One question. It was working ok under previous system and problem started after upgrade to Win7?

 

 

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