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holmesy44
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Does anyone knoe how to disable the trackpad on the HP Pavilion-14-ce3510sa

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HP Pavilion-14-ce3510sa
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Hi, its a brand new HP Pavilion-14-ce3510sa and I'm trying without success to disable the trackpad when using wireless mouse.

Any help at all?

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@holmesy44 

 

Your machine uses Elan hardware and software for touch pad. Please use the following guide

 

         https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Video-Display-and-Touch/Where-is-the-setting-to-disable-the-E...

 

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BH
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Hi, I opened your message and tried all the steps. Nothing for trackpad in Mouse tab, Device Settings in Control panel. However, I did find that my trackpad is Synaptics. In the end I opened Registry Editor as advised and went to, HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software, and opened the Synaptics folder. The only folder which looked promising is SynTP and a file called EmulateMouseButtonSwap which was set to 0. I've changed that to 1. I haven't rebooted yet, so I don't think any values will be loaded. I'll let you know when I reboot. Rgds Ian

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