Message 3 of Steve Allison Level 3 Expert Answers. See terms – opens in a new window or tab. I had requested a tracking number from the seller which actually was emailed to me after the notebook arrived. I booted to the Live CD, and no left click. T42 mouse touchpad – how do u disable?

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It also offers wide viewing angles. Please enter a number less than or equal to 5. If so, seems like some weird software glitch.

I can’t activate touchpad (ultranav) in IBM T42 – Thinkpads Forum

This amount is subject to change until you make payment. I need my own help desk. ThinkPads do not have a Windows key. Helpful 0 Not Helpful Comment Flag.

Help with T42 Touchpad button

Fri May 10, 1: I really liked the Fujitsu s Posted on Nov 13, It is fast CPU. I’m in the same boat. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. I have sys files for it to work but it still won’t work. Thu May 09, Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone It still feels heavy when compared to my old T41, touchpac I carry it in a backpack with a bunch of other tools.


T42 Mouse touchpad won’t ‘select’ – Lenovo Community

Help with T42 Touchpad button 6 posts. But I cannot control the cursor with the touch pad or red I am a volunteer, and not a paid staff of Lenovo or Microsoft.

I have also had Unbuntu Linux and Windows installed on it. T42 Mouse touchpad won’t ‘select’.

I had to increase the DPI a hair to make it more usable for me. When the well is dry, we’ll all know the value of water.

I can see where it would come in handy. Left buttons are dead, no response whatsoever.

IBM Lenovo ThinkPad T42 Touchpad TM42PUF2239

Im sorry to say that this means that it will not support a Gb hard drive. Much to my delight, there were no dead pixels.

Oct 8, Posts: There are two other heads for the stick included touchpzd you do not like the eraser head style one. Message 8 of Easiest way to know, hook up a usb mouse or usb keyboard, those it should detect and install. I do use the nub, I just like the touchpad buttons too I’ve removed and reseated the cables for both palmrests and their connection to the motherboard, no effect. Having that much memory is probably overkill, but I got a good touchpadd on it making it only slightly more expensive than the MB stick.


I intend to use the monitor as my primary display laptop