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Windows 7: Unobeident Mouse Issues

05 Apr 2015   #1
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 
Unobeident Mouse Issues

My mouse simply will not behave since purchase of this Dell LATITUDE E6400. Personally I think this is why the previous owner disowned her. She will double click automagically when you use the right key. Or as you type your palm will hit on enter on the track pad.

The dillema:


Disabling the track disables the two buttons that actually function properly at the base of the device. Is there any software out there so I can just disable the upper two buttons and track pad?


If not I am going to have to buy an external mouse


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06 Apr 2015   #2
D3LL

 
 

Hi,

Do the mouse button keys feel like they are 'sticking' or anything?
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06 Apr 2015   #3
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi,
I would imaging they could be disabled and the touch pad adjusted for palm sensitivity and zone,
Use winkey and type in the search box
mouse
Or Start and control panel and look for mouse and properties,
The touchpad setting are usually on the right end of the mouse properties section which you would need to expand those entries to see what is available,
Unobeident Mouse Issues-touch-pad-section-1.jpg
Unobeident Mouse Issues-touch-pad-section-all.jpg


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13 Apr 2015   #4
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Nope no sticky keys. Thanks Thrash! I tried this not sure if it is a driver issue or what but I have very limited options in that menu. I can only adjust speed to the cursor and add trails.
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14 Apr 2015   #5
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi sorry for the late reply,
Please post a screen shot of the mouse properties page,
If you don't see the section on the far right as shown then yes it's definitely a driver issue
You'd be missing the entire touch pad section = no way to adjust the pad at all
The manufacture of the machine would offer the driver for the touchpad just make sure you have your snid so you can search for tha drive
It's either that or you'll have to search via model....
Cheers.
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14 Apr 2015   #6
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi sorry for the late reply,
Please post a screen shot of the mouse properties page,
If you don't see the section on the far right as shown then yes it's definitely a driver issue
You'd be missing the entire touch pad section = no way to adjust the pad at all
The manufacture of the machine would offer the driver for the touchpad just make sure you have your snid so you can search for tha drive
It's either that or you'll have to search via model....
Cheers.
lol I should apologise, it took me over a week to reply to you! I'll check online, my computer seems confused as denoted below. Thanks again, never had any problems with computer mouse before on laptop so didn't even know such a menu was to be in existence. By the way is a Dell Latitude E6400 x64 P8400



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14 Apr 2015   #7
oscer1

win 7 64 bit
 
 

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14 Apr 2015   #8
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Thanks Oscer, just downloading her after posting my last reply. Took me offline for a good 20-25 minutes, for whatever reason when I ran the networking script (by default all unneeded services for the computer to run are turned off so networking and audio) I couldn't resolve any webpages. Rebooted a few times and finally initialised was just odd. Just disabled apoint.exe the installed software and blocked it. The computer now recognises it is utilising a laptop based touchpad system. And seems to have rectified the right clicking issue. Still issues with the touchpad, however am going to reboot to configure disabling the software and disable the touchpad through the bios. That way too can see if the networking issue was a fluke or not.
------------------------UPDATE------------------------------------------
All right, every computer is different! So this one does not allow the bios to be configured in such a way is either everything or external. That application I tried it again, the features are there. However it runs like three different programs, totaling 15MB which is ridiculous considering the usage. I tried exiting it again hoping there would be log files to save the settings, nope. I am typing wide here so my hands do not hit the pad and have found out that the pressure settings did keep, though disabling did not. Just locked up my system. Now however everything is fixed and working beyond expectation hardware wise, I am now running into the issue where the cursor is self-clicking. Wherever you have it located it is autoclicking. Not sure why, even ran every key and that has no correlation.

And yeah the networking was just a fluke.
------------------------SUBMENU TEST-------------------------
the quick bro...................... tried disabling submenu hover option no correlation. I think is directly related to driver though it says everything is fine. Testing dell software again... computer locks up again takes 3 minutes apparently to resume. Going to try a restart and try one more time.

the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog, the quick bro (even with the software running it is auto-clicking)

*logged out, logged in explorer/desktop is just gone whippty doo... however configuring it through the applet rather then the apoint manager did key in the settings and if I restrated the desktop would be normal the system is just locked up cause of the software (is why we have taskmgr). Is just the autoclick issue now which is increasing I find in activity.

External Mouse Test....

the quick br...................... nope even with an external mouse this issue occurs........
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15 Apr 2015   #9
ThrashZone

Win-7-Pro64bit 7-H-Prem-64bit
 
 

Hi,
I'm missing something here,
You downloaded the driver .zip folder,
Saved it in documents or where ever,
Right click the zip folder and selected Extract All,
Opened the extracted folder and found the Install Setup .exe file and ran it = Correct ?

But yes the image confirms your missing the entire touch pad settings
The default settings for my laptop are completely crazy too
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15 Apr 2015   #10
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,
I'm missing something here,
You downloaded the driver .zip folder,
Saved it in documents or where ever,
Right click the zip folder and selected Extract All,
Opened the extracted folder and found the Install Setup .exe file and ran it = Correct ?

But yes the image confirms your missing the entire touch pad settings
The default settings for my laptop are completely crazy too
hey at least you're replying, appreciate that. That post is indeed a mess yeah I ran the installer to install the driver, then disable the associated software. The only setting that will stick if it is not running after reboot is the presure settings which actually ruled out the touchpad as the culprit. Apparently I was never hitting it, the cursor just autoclicks with/without the driver and with/without the software running. So half the problem is fixed, thanks for that the double click was the most annoying. This auto-click thing though causes a lot of havoc in forums, even running an external mouse does not allievate the problem. Thanks again for baring with me!
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