The Mouse Pad is usually activated in the Bios. If you are lucky, your PC will show you a brief message right when it starts, something like "Press F2 to enter BIOS". At that point, hit that key and you are in. If not, it's usually one of these (Usually one of the first three) :- F1 F2 DEL ESC F10 Be cautious when changing settings in the Bios. If you change somthing wrong, there is a 'Return To Default Settings' button.
1. My mouse it is at the edge of my mouse pad, and i need to move right.?
go to wal-mart, they have those big mats that most people use for their front doors to wipe their feet, you can use that as a mouse pad if you need the additional mouse space travel area
2. my mouse pad on my laptop just locked, how do i unlock it?
there should be a button but if theres not go to borrow a mouse go to control panel hardware and sound then device manager and then go to mice and pointing i believe its called and active or enable you mouse pad hope i helped :)
3. Mouse pad works to scroll but cant right click or left click?
You never know, it could be hardware related, but to me it seems like it's a driver problem. What you should do is google the exact type number of your laptop along with the word would rivers' it will most likely give you the results of all drivers needed for your laptop. Listed among those things should be a driver for the touchpad. Install that driver (for the right operating system, of course) and see if that resolves your problems
4. My mouse pad is filthy :/ Can i put it in the dishwasher, or maybe clothes washer?
sure, but why not breakdown and spend a few $ on a new one? Live a little
5. how do i disable the mouse pad on my laptop?
Go to Personalize --> Mouse Settings --> Device Settings and disable the trackpad
6. Do you think it's cool to have a fancy mouse pad?
Sure. BQ: Are you going to buy one for everyone or be selfish and just buy one?
7. Toshiba mouse pad locked, How do I unlock it?
i just pressed F5 and that worked
8. Does an optical mouse need a mouse pad?
It does not NEED a mouse pad, but a smooth surface is always helpful. I would also suggest a non-reflective surface or mouse pad. If the surface you are using the mouse on is reflective, you may have your mouse arrow shoot off to the edge of the screen randomly. I was having issues with my mouse darting off, (not good at all when playing a first-person shooter) and I taped black construction paper on the top of my mouse pad; worked like a charm... just do not get the paper wet.
9. Why does my mouse move when I lift it off the mouse pad?
The mouse still tracks when you lift it off of the pad. Possibly due to the sensor on the mouse being at a slight angle above the hole. If using it without the mousepad works fine, then return the mousepad and use it wothout one :-)
10. how do i get my mouse pad to scroll smoothly?
is because is tabbing.. go to mouse settings and see if u have a scroll sensitivity bar. it should be too high right now.
11. Should you toss your dirty mouse pad in the washing machine?
This week on Ask PC Gamer: The best way to clean your oversized cloth mousepad. With more and more of us spending more time at our desks, it's only a matter of time before we funk up our mouse pads with pizza grease, soda, or other mystery stains. As someone who's scarfed down an entire grilled cheese seconds before a video conference, I get it, sometimes food at the desk happens, which ultimately means food on the desk will happen. Stains are inevitable. So, here is a list of places you should not put your mouse pad, if you were thinking of taking it off your desk to clean it: Out in the sun. It will fade! The dishwasher. It's not a cutting board. The washing machine or dryer. Extreme suds and extreme heat? Bad for rubber, bad for plastic. The microwave. Seriously, what? There's been some debate on the appropriate way to clean a soft surface or cloth mouse pad. The reason I am advising you to stay away from washing machines and dishwashers is that these kinds of mouse pads are easy to damage. Not all spin cycles are created equal, so even a low tumble setting on certain washers or dryers could warp and damage the rubber bits in a mouse pad (many cloth mouse pads have some sort of textured rubber base to keep the pad in place when in use). And the surface needs to be pristine and smooth for your mouse to properly glide over it without issues. Even if you own a machine-washable mouse pad, make sure you follow the manufacturer's cleaning instructions to the letter and exercise caution. Heat is also the enemy; the rubber used in most mouse pads has a pretty low melting point. This means sticking it in the microwave, blasting it with a hairdryer, or letting it spin around in hot water are all terrible ideas. Our best recommendation for cleaning a cloth gaming mouse pad is merely using a squirt of dish soap, warm water, a sponge or washcloth, and some good ole fashioned elbow grease to rub out the stain. Then air dry. If you are using a plastic or hard surface mouse pad, a damp washcloth should do the trick, since those are easier to spot clean. I asked two makers of comically large cloth mouse pads, Corsair and HyperX, about their mouse pad cleaning best practices, just to make sure this was the best approach. Both agreed on simple hand washing and that a washing machine is not a good idea. "Most people will use some soap and water to clean their mouse pads and then let it air dry," HyperX told us. "Putting it into the washing machine to clean is not recommended by us." "Very warm water, just a little bit of liquid dish soap in the sink," Corsair recommends. "Then just rinse it in cold water gently and not put it in the washing machine." So to recap: DO Scrub the affected areas with dish soap and warm water in the sink Leave out in the sun