alps touch complete with drivers dv

I understand that the mouse pointer is making an erratic behavior when you are typing or moving the cursor and residing your palm on the touchpad. I see that the cursor quits moving suddenly. Normally, this problem arises when you are typing something and the touchpad is On. You can turn off the touchpad while typing as the palm would touch the mouse pad while typing something. If the issue perists, you can adjust the sensitivity by setting it to low. This should resolve the issue.

1. Click Start, Control Panel.
2. Double click on Mouse. This opens the mouse properties.
3. Click on Pointer options tab.
4. Check the option "Hide the pointer while typing".
5. Click on Tapping tab.
6. Click on Touch Sensitivity button.
7. Move the slider to Low.
8. Click OK.
9. Click Apply and OK.

This may resolve the issue.


However, if the issue stil persist, please refer the options below:

== Reinstall the ALps touchpad drivers from the URL below:

http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/hpcpqnk/us/download/22872.html



== MORE INFORMATION:

Follow the steps to enable the Tapping feature:

1. Click Start.
2. Click Control panel.
3. Double-Click "Mouse" Icon, you can see a "Mouse Properties" window.
4. Select the Tapping Tab and check box the Tapping.
5. click Apply button and press OK.

This complete steps will enable the Tapping part.


Adjust Touchpad sensitivity:

1. Click Start and select Control Panel.
2. Double-click the Mouse icon.
3. This will open the Mouse Properties Window.
4. Click the Tapping Tab
5. Click on Touch sensitivity button.
6. Now, adjust the Touch sensitivity in the wendow that opens and click OK
7. Click Apply and Ok.


To enable the scroll feature follow the steps:

1. Click Start.
2. Click Control panel.
3. Double-Click "Mouse" Icon, you can see a "Mouse Properties" window.
4. Select the "Gestures" Tab.
5. At left side you can find "Right Corner Assign:" as None.
6. Select "Auto Scroll" for "Right Corner Assign:"
7. Click Apply.
8. Click OK.

This complete steps will enable the scroll part.

Please refer the URL below for article "Cannot disable the Alps Touchpad Movement via Hardware Button or Software" in HP Pavilion Notebook:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c00310190

I hope this information helps you. Please reply if I can help you further. I would like to add that we value your precious time and would be here round the clock to serve you.

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