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sososick

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Hey, i got an HP Pavilion ze2000, and i can't figure out how to turn my virtual scroll on? I've looked in Control Panel > Mouse, then clicked on Virtual Scrolling section, and it says "Check here" Enable virtual scrolling. When i try to check it, it doesn't work, like it doesn't check, do you know what's going on and how can i enable it?

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Im probably havnig a dense moment here, but what do you mean by virtual scrolling.
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http://h10025.www1.h...item=ob-29679-1 try going here and downloading the driver for the synaptics touch pad (found a few references to updating the driver fixing the virtual scrolling feature....though i still don't know what the virtual scrolling does)
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Virtual scrolling is the scroll bar on the touchpad? Like on the very right.
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ah...gotcha....i don't have that so i can't do any tests for you but at least i know what you're talking about...try the drivers and see if that makes a difference
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Okay nevermind. I just went to Device Settings (Mouse window) then i just clicked Reset Devices and it's all good now.
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