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Tech Tip: Touchpad Trouble  Shooting In Windows 7                  DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
After getting a new laptop that is running Windows 7, you may find that the touchpad is not properly responding to your to...
If this happens to you, here are a  few tips to getting your touchpad,  and buttons to function properly.                 ...
First, shut down the computer by choosing this option on the “Start” menu.                         DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
Unplug the power cord from the wall first, and THEN from your computer.Turn the laptop over, and remove the battery for at...
Next, put the battery back in the laptop, plug in the power cord, and reboot your computer.Test your touchpad to make sure...
Thank you for watching                DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
If you are in the Dallas / Fort Worth, TX area, and   need your computer fixed, be sure to visit   DFWGeekOnTheGo.com     ...
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Touchpad Trouble Shooting In Windows 7

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If you are having problems using your Touchpad that runs Windows 7, you are in luck. Here are a few tips on how to troubleshoot your Windows 7 Touchpad.

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Touchpad Trouble Shooting In Windows 7

  1. 1. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  2. 2. Tech Tip: Touchpad Trouble Shooting In Windows 7 DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  3. 3. After getting a new laptop that is running Windows 7, you may find that the touchpad is not properly responding to your touch, or that the mouse buttons are not working properly. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  4. 4. If this happens to you, here are a few tips to getting your touchpad, and buttons to function properly. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  5. 5. First, shut down the computer by choosing this option on the “Start” menu. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  6. 6. Unplug the power cord from the wall first, and THEN from your computer.Turn the laptop over, and remove the battery for at least 20 seconds. This will drain the electrical power out the motherboard. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  7. 7. Next, put the battery back in the laptop, plug in the power cord, and reboot your computer.Test your touchpad to make sure that it is working properly. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  8. 8. Thank you for watching DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  9. 9. If you are in the Dallas / Fort Worth, TX area, and need your computer fixed, be sure to visit DFWGeekOnTheGo.com DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
  10. 10. DFWGeekOnTheGo.com
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