external, its outside the computer... internal means insside
1. Mouse pad on Gateway laptop randomly stopped working?
A lot of times, the connections for the mouse pad can become undone inside of the laptop. If this is the case, you will need to open the laptop up, and reconnect the ends. It also might be a software problem, and you would need to update the drivers. I hope that you can fix it, and if not, you could pick up a usb mouse for about $5 instead. Good luck fixing it!
2. Can you get a replacement mouse pad for a keyboard tray?
You should be able to use the control panel under the start button to modify your settings. If you have the keyboard that you are using installed as the particular brand and model instead of a generic plug and play keyboard it should have tabs to modify the specific settings of your keyboard
3. So my ergonomic mouse pad drives me crazy. Can it really be helping?
Who uses a mouse anymore?
4. the mouse pad on my daughter's laptop is not working.?
Touchpad lock on some laptop's is FnF9 on your laptop it might be another F(number) key, just press that key combination again.
5. what do you look for in a mouse pad?
Optical mice do need mousepads on a shiny surface like a desk top. He's right about not liking much visual detail since that throws them off. I prefer fabric mousepads, especially ones with a wrist gel pillow to rest your wrist on.
6. Should you use a mouse pad for an optical mouse?
I use a Marvin the Martian mouse pad for mine. :-)
7. A Classy Leather Mouse Pad Is the Ideal Place to Hide a Wireless Charger
Mouse pads were big business back when dial-up modems were a thing, then they hit a long nadir around the same time that mouse balls went all but extinct. But you know what? I say it's time for everyone to buy a mouse pad again, if for only one extremely 2019 reason: Qi charging. Gazepad's wireless charging mouse pad is a bit longer than most, but it uses that extra space to hide an invisible Qi charger on the righthand side. The only indication that there's anything going on underneath the surface is a small LED light that changes colors when something is charging, as well as, of course, the charging cable that you plug into the top right corner (more on that cable later). It's not a totally revolutionary idea. There are a few other similar products out there - notably this one from Corsair - but Gaze nailed the little details that justify its $39 price tag. The leather comes in four understated hues, and they all look great while providing a smooth surface for your mouse. The Qi charger includes three coils, which means you have a lot more latitude about where you set your phone to activate charging. And thank the charging gods, they opted for a 90- degree USB-C cable instead of microUSB, and even include two different port locations on the mouse pad. Since USB-C is reversible, that means you have four possible configurations for plugging in the mouse pad, depending on how you organize your desk's cables, which is an incredibly nice touch. Now, to any mouse designers out there (particularly those at Apple) that are reading this. Let's get some more Qi charging mice, please?
8. Does a mouse pad qualify as internal or external hardware?
Uh... external... unless for some odd reason you want to put your mousepad in your computer.. I like the picture of Bloo btw, wish that show was still on :(
9. Whats the best gaming mouse pad steelseries sx or i1, i2 maybe?
Steelseries Sx Gaming Mouse Pad
10. My mouse pad won't double click?
You mean the touch pad, not the mouse pad. The mousepad is a surface for using the mouse. On Vista go to Start -> Control Panel -> Mouse -> Advanced tab and you should see a button for Advanced feature settings for the touch pad or something similar (if you use XP it might be named differently). Then look for an option called Enable Tapping or Tap to Click or something in the same spirit end make sure it's enabled