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How to disable the touchpad? Probook 6460b. Windows 7

Tapping (double) on the white spot on the left doesn't have any effect

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You can disable it from the Device manager when you disable the driver. 

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Hi,

 

First, download the latest Synaptics driver installer on the link below and save it to your Downloads folder.

 

Synaptics Touchpad Driver.

 

Next, open windows Control Panel, open Programs and Features, right click the entry 'Synaptics Pointing Device Driver' and select Uninstall.

 

When this has completed, restart the notebook.

 

When windows has fully reloaded, open your Downloads folder, right click the Synaptics installer and select 'Run as Administrator' to start the installation.  When this has completed, restart the notebook again.

 

Check if double-tapping the spot will now toggle the pad On/Off.

 

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