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Is it just a wonky HP product or in the words of Duran Duran, is there something I should know? 0 0 amethyst85 Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎07-27-2013 Message 17 Click Mouse4. Reply 0 0 Jred75 Top Student Posts: 7 Member Since: ‎10-12-2013 Message 14 of 44 (28,353 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light Options Mark If you are not used to your Laptop, the most common problem is that you unintentionally move your cursor as you type because your hand movements are affecting the touchpad. Check This Out

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Yes | No | I need help 3You don't need to worry about mouse pads or choosing particular types of surfaces that work well with the mouse. Uncheck the 'Disable internal pointing device when external USB pointing device is attached' boxThe below picture is an example. the stupid orange light is BACK ON and the PAD STOPPED WORKING!! :-)I had to open the MOUSE Properties > DEVICE SETTINGS again and ...now I did play with the BUTTONS How can I turn it back on?

View Solution. Problem solved, thanks Reply 0 0 HazratJee Student Posts: 1 Member Since: ‎12-23-2013 Message 19 of 44 (26,972 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light If it doesn't work, I'll need your product number and operating system. Hp Laptop Touchpad Not Working Windows 7 Can some help me out please!

Then, restart your computer. Hp Mouse Pad Not Working Usually, HP Pro book touchpad has a LED on the upper part. Type 'device' 3. Powered by MediaWiki.

Yes | No | I need help 5If you are surfing or scrolling through a document and you have to make several clicks simultaneously, it is not convenient to do so Hp Probook Touchpad Not Working No Light At one point I did think it might be a toggle on/off but I never knew where I click or tap to make this happen:-) Thanks, Beverly60 Reply 1 1 HPNinjagirl Reply 0 0 rose5309 Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: ‎08-18-2013 Message 13 of 44 (29,097 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light Options Mark Sometimes I accidently turn it on and don't know what it is and can't figure it out then I have to power down the computer to make it work.

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If the color of the LED is orange, it means that the touchpad has been disabled. Right-click the touchpad icon. Hp Elitebook Touchpad Not Working Orange Light Confirm it. Hp Laptop Mouse Pad Locked So I decided to redo the entire process over.

You will be able to adjust to this after some practice, and this won't be a problem anymore.Was this step helpful? his comment is here Yes | No | I need help 6Click the option titled "Touchpad Enable."Was this step helpful? as long as we all know to to fix the problem and.....as long as we have a MOUSE close by to helps reach the solution.....In my case , HP G4 - Write An Article Random Article Recent changes Want to join in? Hp Laptop Touchpad Not Working Windows 10

And check Device manager for any errors after that. Click the Uninstall button6. I am using a USB mouse which works now and then (Windows 7).Thanks Reply 0 0 npw05001 Professor Posts: 2,472 Member Since: ‎02-19-2013 Message 9 of 44 (330,819 Views) Report Inappropriate this contact form TwoPointOhI work on behalf of HPIf you found this post helpful, you can let others know by clicking the “Accept as Solution” button.

First Time Here? Hp Elitebook Mouse Pad Not Working This remains to be the case even if you've enabled your touchpad to be able to click as you tap on it. Eman: Can I help you with your problem about "Disable and Enable the touch pad of HP Probook"?

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Pointer not working! By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation Discussion Boards Open Menu Discussion Boards Open Menu Welcome to the Forum! Reply 2 Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light 02-04-2012 09:48 AM Hi,You're welcome and good to hear it's working All the best,DP-K View solution in context Reply 2 Hp Elitebook 840 Touchpad Not Working Click "Disable".

Although I wish there was good news to tell you , there just isn't any. Device Manager Information in Vista: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01459079 Here is a general document about using and configuring the touchpad: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01876141 TwoPointOhI work on behalf of HPIf you found this post helpful, you can The referenced user guide depicts a virtual "button" on the center of the touch pad top edge to control the light, but tapping in that area does nothing. http://grdotnet.org/not-working/yoga-500-touchpad.html Reply 0 0 stanbuth Honor Student Posts: 4 Member Since: ‎11-13-2013 Message 18 of 44 (27,768 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light Options Mark

AND.... Advertisement Was this step helpful? Reply 1 1 DavidPK Provost Posts: 44,439 Member Since: ‎09-24-2010 Message 4 of 44 (341,339 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Touch pad mouse not working - yellow light Options Mark as See the picture in my previous post.

Additional batteries are affected. A light ON is a sign that something has been turned ON and not OFF....in my humble opinion!Worst....I plug in my USB MOUSE and ...I place the cursor on the Synaptic