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Windows 7: Touchpad too sensitive - mouse properties no help

30 May 2014   #1
vashbul

windows 7 pro 64bit
 
 
Touchpad too sensitive - mouse properties no help

I am using a keyboard w/touchpad (Adesso ACK-730UB), which is plug + play, no mfg. driver provided.

I want to disable the "tap to click", use pad for moving cursor and nothing else.

There's nothing in Mouse Properties that can change this touchpad setting.
Properties shows "hid-compliant mouse" and nothing specific to touchpad. Options are "buttons/ pointer/ pointer options/ wheel/ hardware".

Searching, found suggestions to install drivers by Ultranav and Synaptics. Thought it might work even though I'm using a different touchpad - didn't help. There's nothing on Adresso's site for this either.

Any ideas if this can be fixed? Lots of people seem to hate "tap to click", but I'm stuck with hardware that seems unsupported. Must be a workaround somewhere, no?

Thanks.


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31 May 2014   #2
vashbul

windows 7 pro 64bit
 
 

More: Adesso keyboard uses a GlidePoint touchpad by Cirque. Tried a couple of their drivers, but they are not recognized ("There are no devices available to configure").
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