Touchpad in HP ProBook® 4520s notebook
Are you curious to know about the issue that can come up with the touchpad in HP ProBook 4520s notebook?
HP ProBook 4520s notebook is an advanced computing machine that is highly popular among the business professionals. But like any other computing machine, you may encounter some problems while using this notebook. The problem can be related to the touchpad and its related software. In this article we will discuss about the touchpad and the related issues in HP ProBook 4520s notebook.
Following points detail out the role of touchpad and related issues in HP ProBook 4520s notebook-
- What is a touchpad?
- Jumping pointer
- Pointer lags
What is a touchpad?
A touchpad is a hardware device that is designed to translate user input in the form of sensitive motions made by the pointing figures. These motions are aimed at moving a cursor on the screen of the notebook. It is an alternate for the conventional mouse which used roller balls or sensors, but respond to the movement of fingers on the surface of the pad. It requires no desk space and can thus be embedded inside the laptops and the notebooks.
In HP ProBook 4520s notebook, the touch pad is used as an alternate to the conventional mouse. There are problems related to the touchpad and one of which is when the pointer behaves abnormally by jumping to a corner of the screen and then moving vividly. This problem can be resolved by updating the driver software for the touchpad. If the problem persists, as an alternate a USB mouse can be used. In the meantime, you can consult a technical expert for fixing the issues.
There are times when you click on any window or for that matter use any button in the touchpad, the touchpad freezes for a few seconds or sometimes is completely disabled, which is very annoying especially when you are in the middle of an important task. The reason for this could be the incompatibility issue between the Windows or the other operating system and the touch pad driver software. To resolve the issue, it is advised to first disable the driver update from the operating system in the ‘Device Manager’ and again install the original touchpad driver. If the problem persists, it is advised to consult a technical expert to resolve the issue at the earliest.