And apparently it wasnt fixed by windows 7. BUMP! XP installed. accidentally removed the synaptics driver I think. Happens sometimes (once or twice a week) after power on boot and login to my Windows XP SP3 (fully patched) Dell Dimension 4600 (desktop so no trackpad). Source
When using the right click as my primary I have not had any problems and I can even use the left click sometimes.
If I accept that some instantaneous erroneous data was transmitted by the mouse (which I still consider unlikely, given the variety of mice it's been demonstrated with), but even if that
I also saw a little box (Doji Lolazo http://i46.tinypic.com/bh0gnb.jpg) when a Firefox tab is the clickable object.
Normally, when I press a key on keyboard or click/move/scroll the mouse, a green LED on wireless receiver will blink indicating that signal has been received.
Disabling them per these instructions instantly addresses the problem.
I've tried this, and the symptoms are not reproduced.
and since one of my mates who also has vista (one of the few that changed from XP) comes across exactly the same problem.i'm just hoping windows 7 will fix most
Also, if it were just the case that the middle button was stuck 'on' then you could replicate the problem by holding down the middle button yourself.
When prompted to use the System Recovery, select Yes and click Next .6. anyhow... Since you obviously know more about these things than I do, I was wondering if you could consider the fact that changing to a 2-button mouse (without a wheel or 3rd Synaptics Touchpad Left Click Not Working I still believe this to be a software fault, but unlikely to be related to the context menu, as it did not occur when right-clicking.
I then went into the control panel and then mouse and changed the settings to a left handed so that I could at least navigate around to find some help. I think this issue is related to the middle mouse button on the touch pad sending a signal when it is not actually in use (just like someone else said earlier). I'm an IT professional for a school district and we have a Dell Latitude E5400 that is doing this same thing. ANy thoughts?
I then did some further tests: Clicking each of the mouse buttons on both of the mice plugged in several times did not resolve it (but did register as clicks), so Hp Elitebook Touchpad Bottom Buttons Not Working This is very annoying, because I usually use only the TouchStyck to work with the laptop.I have tried several versions of drivers, but none of them resolved this issue.Did anyone had For example, doing a hard reset is helpful if your keyboard quits responding, you cannot get your PC to come out of hibernation or sleep mode, or if a software program It seems that one window or process - either one of my open windows or the taskbar or explorer itself - via clicking on the background - can have the mouse
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Make sure that you don't make the touchpad left button be the secondary click, because then your upper right button won't work. https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/308041-elitebook-2740p-touchpad If a joystick is sticking in one direction or you are having trouble with diagonals, you likely simply need to adjust the microswitch for that direction. Hp Laptop Left Click Not Working I know a lot of you have said your computers are virus free, but have they been infected in the past? Synaptics Touchpad Buttons Not Working Helpful +1 Report antonis Jun 23, 2009 at 05:56 AM I made to reproduce the same error/problem by uninstalling/installing the .net framework 1.1.
This might be a clue for all of us. this contact form I have it for one night for the install so I wanted to get as much ready as possible. When this problem happens, I can press ctrl-alt-delete, and click once anywhere on that blue screen to make the mouse begin to respond again. When this happens, mousing over things doesn't provoke a response; For instance - Mousing over a link in a webpage doesn't turn the cursor into a hand signifying a clickable link. Hp Pavilion Left Click Not Working
Andrew Saturday, May 29, 2010 11:08 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks for letting me know. Please Microsoft throw us a bone here! Everything worked fine until the Vista Service Pak 2 update--that was when the mouse did not work any more. http://wisteme.com/not-working/top-buttons-not-working.html UPDATE: Using ctrl-esc cleared this up - temporarily at least Proposed as answer by jetlagQ Wednesday, August 19, 2009 11:11 AM Wednesday, August 19, 2009 4:01 AM Reply | Quote 9
Click here to see schematic. Hp Elitebook 840 Touchpad Buttons Not Working Thanks for the advice. No software or drivers were changed; just the mouse was replaced with a simple 2-button mouse.
Still no joy. 2.
Thank you for your time, please help if you can. If it is set to another country some of the keys may have different functions. I took my new ACER latptop with Vista back to the seller, It was gone a month ad they finally repleaced the hard drive. Hp Wireless Mouse Left Click Not Working From that day on, I simply left my scanner unplugged and never had another problem.
If I do, and the issue goes away, I will confirm. I did do a system restore and it did fix it; however, then Vista said my system restore didn't work properly so I set it back to the update. The two sets of buttons, one above the touchpad are obvious and nice and the one below the touchpad is sleek and cool but less obvious nad easy to click. Check This Out how i was able to expand mice and other pointing devices was just multiple middle clicks.
My Lenovo laptops: 1) Thinkpad W541, 2) Thinkpad Yoga S1, 3) Thinkpad Edge, 4) Lenovo G770, 5) Thinkpad X61T, 6) Thinkpad T42 0 Kudos Reply All Forum Topics Previous Topic Next Search New support ticket Check ticket status Solution home Support By Product X-Arcade Controllers: Tankstick, Dual, and Solo Button or Joystick is sticking or not working?