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touchpad still not working

Postby alfomail » Wed, 24 Dec 2003 02:54:48 GMT

thanks dg and mhard,

finally video is working a sit should. however touchpad still does not
work, even with the driver installed. I am satrting to think that the
tpad may be inop from a physical standpoint. any way to check this via
software?

Not to doublepost, but I am posting the latter problem separately, so
I can get as many hints and this as I can.

thanks,
al

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