07-12-2020 09:40 PM
I have a HP Pavilion 15-cs0053cl. with windows 10 home. I had my touchpad disabled since I write a lot on the laptop and my hands brush the touchpad and move the cursor and change where I am typing at. My laptop did some kind of update yesterday 7/11/2020 an re-enabled the touch pad. Everything I have looked for on line doesn't seem to work, or isn't the same as what they say. I go to the properties and disable the touchpad, or even delete the thing in device manager, and the computer reboots, and when it reboots it is still working. A lot of guides talk about double tapping the touchpad, and an orange light, I don't have that. I see no disable button on the keyboard, no disable button in the settings in control panel. Nothing seems to turn this thing off.
How do I get this thing disabled without physically opening up the case and pulling out the wire that plugs it in?
07-12-2020 09:54 PM
Try to uninstall the update you received.
Click on Start button and type control.exe to open Control Panel, open it
Go to and open Programs and features
Click on View installed updates from the left side
Find the update that was recently installed (sort them by date), click on it and UNINSTALL IT
Reboot your computer
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