08-06-2010 03:04 AM
i just bought HP 4520 laptop and am really happy with beside touchpad.is there any possibility to create dead zone on left and right click buttons?Because when I try to right or left click than scrolling comes nightmare.please help.thanks.
08-09-2010 06:17 AM - last edited on 08-09-2010 10:58 PM by VidyaVI
See my thread on this issue:
I agree, the issue is maddening, but no one is willing to help.
Its too bad, because otherwise its a nice laptop. Makes you wonder, who on earth at HP actually thinks its a good idea to have the mouse move when you touch/click the button? In what situation would that be remotely useful?
08-09-2010 02:45 PM - last edited on 08-09-2010 10:59 PM by VidyaVI
i got the point.lets think that way.when toyota made any production mistake in their car than they call their car back to toyota isnt it?for what reason?to sort the problem out?so this touch pad is complety their mistake.they must call this laptops back and they must fix it.
08-24-2010 06:59 PM
This was driving me nuts also, soI turned up the Touch Sensitivity, I then exported the REG that was altered and pushed it out via GP to the 100+ laptops we have here
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
It you need to log off and back on for the change to take effect
02-14-2011 11:22 PM
HP - Shame on you!
The solution is right under the hood but no body knows about it - not even HP support!
Here it is:
Basically it enables you to define tap zones and assign functionality for each.
I have defined the bottom right tapping zone (right above the right click button) to act as right click.
This way I don't need to press the right button but only to tap it.
It works for me.
I'm feeling much better about my HP 4520 now.