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jmallaburn

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I am having problems disabling "tap to click" on my EI SYSTEM 4315 laptop. It is vista home. When i go to START>CONTROL PANNEL>MOUSE, tap to click is no option, on my other laptop i can right click on a touchpad symbol in the bottom right of my screen and disable/enable this way, but this is no option either because there is no touchpad symbol there. Fn F8 (i think it might be Fn F9), just disables the whole touch pad completely. I really need to know by mid week as i am doing a disco using my laptop. It is very annoying when i load the wrong song as i move it into a playlist. Please help.
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Welcome to G2G

The ability to enable/disable tap to click function is part of the driver software. You may find you can download a different touchpad driver from the touchpad manufacturers website, which may give you the ability to disable tap to click. The 2 most common manufacturers are Alps & Synaptics. Do you know which one your touchpad is? You may be able to find this information in device manager if you don't already know.

BTW If you find a driver for it, I suggest you create a restore point before installing it, just in case
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