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ALPS TOUCH PAD DOESN'T WORK ANYMORE!


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I have a Dell Latitude D600 operating Windows 2000 V5.0 Build 2195 SP4. The ALPS Touch Pad worked at one time now it doesn't. Furthermore in the control panel it shows up under software and will allow me to uninstall the drive. In the Device Manager it does not show up anywhere. In Mouse properties it does not show up there either. The current external mouse I'm using is a Logitech cordless optical with Logitech software. I need my touch pad for when I travel and would like to know how I can reinstall it or find it.
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Did you get a CD with just device-drivers and utilities on it when you bought the laptop (as I did)? The Alps Touchpad driver should be on there.

Or you can download the driver from here: (it's under the "Input Device Drivers" sub-menu):
http://support.euro....l...WNT5&osl=EN

Tip: Save the page link as a favourite for future use -- it's got all the drivers you need here. Or download them all and create your own driver backup CD.

Edited by pip22, 23 December 2006 - 07:36 AM.

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THANK YOU SO MUCH! HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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