Resolving issues with touchpad software in HP Mini 210 HD
How to resolve issues with touchpad software on HP Mini 210 HD?
HP Mini 210 HD is pre-installed with touchpad software which could be used as a pointing device instead of using a mouse. This software allows you to point different objects in the system screen and run different applications byÂ clicking on particular icons and menus. You could get a number of issues with the touchpad software installed in your HP Mini 210 HD. One of the issues that occur is the scrolling problem which makes the software unable to scroll. Another issue is the lack of required components which does not allow the software to work better. Overheating might sometimes not allow the touchpad software to function and you will not be able to scroll.
The methods which could be used to solve issues with touchpad software in HP Mini 210 HD are:
- Use new BIOS versions
- Clean the software
- Install required components
Use new BIOS versions
The touchpad of your HP Mini 210 HD might get overheated. The issue usually happens due to GPU issues. You could solve this issue by checking the BIOS version. For this, you need to hold the 'Fn' key and press 'Esc'. You could also try the new BIOS version like F25 or F16 which were recently developed by HP. These BIOS versions helps avoid overheating with enhanced fan activity.
Clean the software
The scrolling issues in touchpad occurs due to the disability of touchpad to sense user-touch. The touchpad cannot sense user-touch if its surface is covered with dust, oil or water. You could try to clean the surface of touchpad to solve the issue.
The touchpad software in the HP Mini 210 HD might refuse to give outputs sometimes. It might be because the software is not included with its required components. The touchpad software requires certain device drivers as well as hardware to perform tasks. You could identify the requirements from 'Device Manger of the system. If the system is not installed with these components, you could install it from authentic websites or installation CDs.