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I cant move touchpad when pressing buttons


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#1 DarkManiac

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 05:13 PM

HELP! I play games like world of warcraft and minecraft, and i cant move my touchpad when i press any buttons.
I use a Dell Inspiron 5520.
PLZ HELP

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#2 gamerperson

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Posted 05 February 2013 - 02:41 AM

HELP! I play games like world of warcraft and minecraft, and i cant move my touchpad when i press any buttons.
I use a Dell Inspiron 5520.
PLZ HELP



OMG ME TOO!!!! It is the most annoying thing ever! Can not move the cursor while I am running in WoW no matter how hard I touch the touchpad or how many fingers I use, as long as I am running forward (pushing W key) I can't move the cursor to aim or select a spell or look around or whatever! But the weird thing is, once in a while it does work, like 10% of the time I am pushing W I can still move the cursor but 90% of the time I can't.

I am using a new Toshiba Satellite laptop.

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Posted 06 February 2013 - 11:08 AM

is this a dead forum?




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