Touch pad on HP Pavilion® dv6t series
Resolving touch pad issues with HP Pavilion dv6t series
A touchpad is a tool outlined to interpret user input in the mode of motions focused at actuating a cursor to a computer system. It runs almost alike a mouse, granting users to actuate a cursor to choose things and carry out other functions, but is outlined in a different method. Rather than utilizing sensors and a laser or roller ball like a mouse, a touchpad is a smooth pad with sensors that acknowledge to finger actuations on the pad. Since a touchpad doesn´t need a space on desk, it can often be seen connected to the laptops, portable media players, and personal digital assistants. For people who adopt the touchpad interface, they are accessible for desktop computers as well.
Issues that can come in touchpad software with HP Pavilion dv6t series and tips to resolve it are discussed under the following headings:
- Driver issues
- Connection issues
- Wrong application and remedies
The most probable convict for your HP Pavilion dv6t series computer´s breakdown is a driver error. Drivers are parts of software program that monitor the system´s hardware. It is a possible virus issue or maybe the driver is corrupt or damaged. Access your HP Pavilion dv6t series device manager to verify for driver issues. Your device manager should show if there is a driver issue under the other pointing devices. If there is a driver error, a substitution driver should be accessible for download on the HP official website (hp.com).
While it is not probable, there is a possibility that the touchpad´s link to the motherboard may have been damaged, possibly because of heating, breakdown, or other internal issues. The link to the motherboard is fragile. If the HP Pavilion dv6t series system has been worked on currently, it is likely the professional forgot to reconnect the touchpad. If the touchpad driver runs correctly but the touch pad still doesn´t work, the link may have failed. Testing and fixing the link needs the system to be partially disassembled. It is not a repair to be attempted by an unprofessional technician. If the main board issue need its substitution, it may be more costly than the HP Pavilion dv6t series value warrants.
The touch-pad is fragile, so the users should take care not to malfunction the appliance by tapping on it too rough or utilizing a pointed tool rather than finger. If there is boundless damage or wear to the touch surface, and the drive is running properly, the device may require to be substituted. Anyway, the substitution is not an easy process. If your touch-pad stops working, link a mouse to your HP Pavilion dv6t series, either by PS2, or USB, if your system has those slots. The system should spontaneously identify and set-up the mouse, providing you mouse functionality. If your system doesn´t spontaneously identify and set-up the mouse, you might have to browse for a driver for your mouse on hp.com.