[24hoursupport] Re: Dell mouse and Alps touchpad

  • From: "Spider" <spider1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <24hoursupport@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 6 Nov 2005 13:57:06 -0500

 
Doug,
The only option I'm aware of would be in Windows Explorer or My Computer
going to Tools / Folder options and check the setting on the General =
tab.
One option there is to "single click" to open.  Problem is, you say it =
is
sporadic and happening in both OS's, so I doubt this will help much.  =
Worth
a look though.

Spider
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Hi folks, I've had a problem for a while now with my USB mouse and
glidepad on my Inspiron 8600 laptop. Frequently when I left click on
just about anything, the mouse enters a double click. This is a problem
that happens whether or not the two are engaged at the same time. I dual
boot to WinXP and Linux; both of which have the same problem, so I doubt
it's a driver problem (not impossible of course). There is no pattern to
when this problem happens. I'm going to contact Dell, but first I wanted
to see if this might be a simple fix--settings maybe. Any suggestions?
Thanks, Douglas
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