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Old June 24th 08, 06:02 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
--Janelle
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Default Idiots.

This might sound pretty stupid, but I let some knob use my computer for a bit
and he turned off my touch pad on my laptop. I can't find the touch pad icon
anywhere in the control panel or in the toolbars menu. I really just want my
touchpad back. Please, it must be simple.

--Janelle
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Old June 24th 08, 07:57 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Michael Walraven[_3_]
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Default Idiots.

Look under settings for 'mouse'


"--Janelle" wrote in message
...
This might sound pretty stupid, but I let some knob use my computer for a
bit
and he turned off my touch pad on my laptop. I can't find the touch pad
icon
anywhere in the control panel or in the toolbars menu. I really just want
my
touchpad back. Please, it must be simple.

--Janelle


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Old June 24th 08, 01:01 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
Kerry Brown
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Default Idiots.

Look in the Control Panel for the mouse settings. If it's not there he may
have turned it off in the BIOS settings. You'd have to check your manual to
change this if that's the case.

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Kerry Brown
MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Systems Administration
http://www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2/



"--Janelle" wrote in message
...
This might sound pretty stupid, but I let some knob use my computer for a
bit
and he turned off my touch pad on my laptop. I can't find the touch pad
icon
anywhere in the control panel or in the toolbars menu. I really just want
my
touchpad back. Please, it must be simple.

--Janelle


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Old June 24th 08, 01:16 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
David B.[_3_]
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Default Idiots.

Also, some laptops (some HP's for example) have a button near the touchpad
to turn it on and off.

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"Kerry Brown" *a*m wrote in message
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Look in the Control Panel for the mouse settings. If it's not there he may
have turned it off in the BIOS settings. You'd have to check your manual
to change this if that's the case.

--
Kerry Brown
MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Systems Administration
http://www.vistahelp.ca/phpBB2/



"--Janelle" wrote in message
...
This might sound pretty stupid, but I let some knob use my computer for a
bit
and he turned off my touch pad on my laptop. I can't find the touch pad
icon
anywhere in the control panel or in the toolbars menu. I really just want
my
touchpad back. Please, it must be simple.

--Janelle



 




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