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Probook 450 G2 Touchpad LED always on and touchpad lock doesn't work

Probook 450 G2
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I got a new probook 450 G2 laptop, and when touchpad driver is intalled the orange LED is always on and when I try to lock the touchpad it doesn't lock, when I uninstall the driver the LED turn off and also the lock doesn't work.

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the problem is solved. it was about the driver, when I installed driver on HP website there was a problem, I searched for drivers on internet and I insalled the one in this website http://free-lap-driver.blogspot.com/2014/09/hp-probook-450-g2-drivers-for-windows.html and the problem has solved and the touchpad worked well.

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Hi,

 

As far as my laptop goes, your issue is just the normal function as the LED is supposedly ON when the touchpad is disabled - informing the user that it is disabled (attention required), when enabled the light turns off...as no information or attention is required if the touchpad is enabled...

however i use an alternate mouse and that makes the above alternate logic.

if you feel that you need a solution, Try this:

 

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    Click the Start button in the lower left-hand corner of your display.
     
  • 2
    Click Control panel.
     
  • 3
    Click Icon View.
     
  • 4
    Click Mouse.
     
  • 5
    Click Touchpad Settings.
     
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    Click the option titled "Touchpad Enable."

OR find the drivers most suitable to your touchpad to resolve:

http://supportdrivers.info/hp-probook-450-g2-drivers-download/

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