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PS/2 CompatibleMouse Troubles


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I have a toshiba satellite here that just got sp2 installed on it. The touchpad is working to move around and to click but the scroll wheel is not working. I have tried rebooting and I have tried to uninstall and reinstall with minimal success. Is the anyone that can help?
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Hi disturbd17...

Take a look at the "Mouse" properties in "Control Panel". Under the "Scrolling" tab, is "Verticle Scrolling" enabled?

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It sure is. It actually is under the Wheel tab and doesn't have anything about vertical. But the scrolling is enable at three lines.

Edited by disturbd17, 26 February 2006 - 01:56 PM.

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Hmmmm...

What verion of Internet Explorer do you have installed? If version 6.0 or below, Click on "Tools" and choose "Internet Options" Under the "Advanced" tab, scroll down the list and see if "Smooth Scrolling" is checked.
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Use Smooth Scrolling is checked.
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What kind of mouse is it (make and model)? Did it come with a sofware cd?
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Well there is a wireless logitech that is through the usb, but the main mouse is just in the laptop, no software or anything.
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what is the model number of the mouse?
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The only info that i can find on it is that its called PS/2 Compatible Mouse and its version is 5.1.2600.0
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See if you can find your mouse HERE.
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Oh no no, it's not the logitech we are having problems with. It's the touchpad inside the laptop that we are having the problems with.
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:tazz: You topic title is a little misleading...or at least, I read it wrong...sorry.

Now that we're on the same page... :) ...what model satellite is this? Should be a model number on the computer itself.
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wow sorry on that amazing delay
A25-S3072
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Download and install This Driver for your touchpad.

Reboot and see if there is an improvement.

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Awesome. Thanks a lot once again.
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