Touchpad in HP Pavilion® dv6z
What are the touchpad issues that can come in HP Pavilion dv6z?
HP Pavilion dv6z is a notebook from HP. It delivers high performance with its advanced hardware. HP Pavilion dv6z comes with 2.1GHz AMD Athlon processor. It comes preloaded with Windows Vista operating system. The main feature of this notebook is the HP Bright view Display. HP Pavilion dv6z has a RAM of 3GB DDR2. Touchpad is a pointing device in the notebooks. Due to its portability, it is often integrated in notebooks. You can use your finger to move the pointer in the same way as you use a mouse. The touchpad is very sensitive so the pointer moves accordingly. In spite of the features it offers, you may have to face certain touch pad software issues. Some of the problems faced by the touch pad are improper installation of touchpad drivers, corrupted drivers, change in the default settings of the touchpad, driver conflicts and so on.
The following tips might help you in resolving HP Pavilion dv6z touch pad issues:
- Configuration problem
- No Response
- Lagging of pointer
Just like mouse, the touchpad also has to be properly configures. Situations may arise when you right click on the touchpad and then it functions like left click. Improper settings of the touchpad of HP Pavilion dv6z can affect the normal computing. If you are having any similar problems, then configure your touch pad. You can configure the touchpad just like you configure the mouse.
The driver of the touchpad senses the movements of the finger and moves the pointer accordingly. If the drivers are corrupted then the touch pad will not function properly. When the files of the operating system get corrupted then problems might arise. In order to resolve this issue, reinstall the drivers of touchpad. You can download it from the Internet.
If there are any incompatibilities with the operating system, then it might take time for the touch pad to respond. This can create a lagging problem when you drag the pointer. It also occurs when there is any conflict between the driver and the operating system. In order to solve this remove the finger from the touchpad and wait for a while. If this doesn’t solve the issue, restart the laptop.