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My mouse won't cooperate with my control panel mouse settings, how do I fix?

JassofishJassofish Posts: 1Member New User
I turned on mouse settings in BIOS from basic to advanced and when I turned my laptop back on, the mouse settings were set to default (pointer speed 6 and mouse acceleration on). I went to the control panel mouse see what happened but it was still set to my settings. I changed it and saved it but nothing happened. So far this is what I've done to try to fix it:

Turn the mouse settings back to basic from advanced
Rollback the mouse driver
Uninstall the mouse driver

But it still isn't fixed.

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  • BluesBlues Posts: 16 Troubleshooter
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    Jassofish said:
    I turned on mouse settings in BIOS from basic to advanced and when I turned my laptop back on, the mouse settings were set to default (pointer speed 6 and mouse acceleration on). I went to the control panel mouse see what happened but it was still set to my settings. I changed it and saved it but nothing happened. So far this is what I've done to try to fix it:

    Turn the mouse settings back to basic from advanced
    Rollback the mouse driver
    Uninstall the mouse driver

    But it still isn't fixed.
    make sure to update your touchapd drivers. Once done it should be resolved

    Please click "YES"  "Did this answer the question" if my answer helped fix the problem. 
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  • BluesBlues Posts: 16Member Troubleshooter
    Accepted Answer
    Jassofish said:
    I turned on mouse settings in BIOS from basic to advanced and when I turned my laptop back on, the mouse settings were set to default (pointer speed 6 and mouse acceleration on). I went to the control panel mouse see what happened but it was still set to my settings. I changed it and saved it but nothing happened. So far this is what I've done to try to fix it:

    Turn the mouse settings back to basic from advanced
    Rollback the mouse driver
    Uninstall the mouse driver

    But it still isn't fixed.
    make sure to update your touchapd drivers. Once done it should be resolved

    Please click "YES"  "Did this answer the question" if my answer helped fix the problem. 
    click "Like" if my answer was helpful 
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