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laptop in-built mouse

Posted on 2013-06-13
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Hi Experts,
My laptop inbuilt mouse only works upto the time i enter my pwd and login, then it no longer works, what do i do?
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Question by:Frank .S
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by:tailoreddigital
ID: 39246724
Make sure the touchpad is enabled,  this is a generic instructions for enable/disable,
http://www.pcworld.com/article/241048/how_to_disable_your_laptop_touchpad.html

If you post the specific laptop, i should be able to give better instructions (if the link doesn't do it for you)
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by:Frank .S
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Hi expert, i dont want to disable my touchpad. I do want to use it but it auto disables after logging in, im not sure you have understood?
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by:tailoreddigital
ID: 39246743
I wasn't trying to get you to disable, but to step through and verify that it's enabled.

I apologize, i really wasn't clear in my post.
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nobus earned 300 total points
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try updating the driver for it
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by:nobus
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Frank, i assume the driver solved your problem.
if so - why a B grade?
according to EE, if my solution was correct, and complete, i deserve an A
check grading in the help section, closing questions
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