Touchpad in HP EliteBook® 8440p Notebook PC
Issues that can come up with touchpad software on HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC and tips to resolve it
HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC is a model with 14-inch diagonal display. It offers excellent and high-speed wireless connectivity. HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC is capable of running audio, video and 3-D applications. The model is highly efficient and saves a lot of power. Also, fast Internet access is guaranteed by HP’s QuickLook 3 software without the need of booting. Sometimes, like with any other machine, issues might occur with the touchpad of HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC.
The following are some of the common issues that might occur with the touchpad of HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC and tips to solve them:
- Reduced sensitivity
- Driver issues
- Problems resulting from poor compatibility
Reduced sensitivity is the major issue that can come up with the touchpad of HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC. The touch might not be sensed by your system. Cursor stuck is another important problem faced by the users. Many issues can lead to above mentioned problems. You can update the device drivers to resolve the problem. Also, you need to ensure that there no presence of dirt, which might also lead to malfunctioning of the touchpad. This issue can be avoided by the regular cleaning of the surface.
Improper installation of drivers is another important reason that leads to faulty touchpad on your HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC. The driver that comes along with the touchpad has to be carefully installed on your system. You must use only valid drivers to get efficient functioning of the touchpad. You can also download the necessary software from an authorized website. You also need to update the installed drivers on the system so that the touchpad remains error-free.
Touchpad issues might arise from software clashes with any third-party software. Thus, the user must always check for the compatibility of the touchpad software with other software on your system. Even antivirus software might cause this problem. To proceed with installation process of the touchpad software, you are recommended to temporarily disable the antivirus software installed on your HP EliteBook 8440p Notebook PC.