To disable/enable the touchpad, click Start and then type Mouse in the Windows search box and press Enter. (alternatively you can Click Start > Control Panel > Hardware & Settings > Mouse)
- Your Notebook may either have a Synaptics or ELAN Touchpad. Once you are in the Mouse Properties window, if you see a Device Settings tab, you have a Synaptics Touchpad. If you see an ELAN tab, you have an ELAN Touchpad. Scroll down to the correct Touchpad below and follow the directions to continue.
- If you do not see a Device Settings or an ELAN tab, your Touchpad Driver is not installed. To install the Touchpad Driver, click here to go to the Download Center and select your model.
- Click on the Device Settings Tab.
- The Touchpad is automatically highlighted in the Devices: list. Click Disable.
Note: If the touchpad is disabled, follow steps 1 and 2 above and then click Enable to enable it.
- Click on the ELAN tab.
The Touchpad is automatically highlighted in the Devices: list. Click Stop Device.
Note: If the Touchpad is disabled, follow steps 1 and 2 above and then click Enable Device to enable it.
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