Fujitsu T4210 Trackpad

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  1. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Guys,
    Those of you who have the T4210, could you try a quick check for me please.

    Control Panel/Mouse and select 'Device Settings'.
    Now click on 'Settings'.

    Does this bring up for you the window 'Properties for Synaptics TouchPad'

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. bruin13

    bruin13 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Yes. it seems to work.
     
  3. jones059

    jones059 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Another "yes" here. The full heading on the window is "Properties for Synaptics TouchPad V6.2 on PS/2 Port" and it has the menu options of Overview, Tapping, Buttons, Virtual Scrolling, Pointer Motion, Sensitivity, and Two Finger Gestures.

    (Hmmmm . . . computers more often drive me to using one-finger gestures . . .)
     
  4. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    In that case I have a problem......

    Although I have access to clicking on the 'Settings', when I actually press it the "Properties for Synaptics TouchPad V6.2 on PS/2 Port" simply does not appear.
    As such I can't gain access to configuring the trackpad correctly.

    Anyone got any bright ideas?
     
  5. PYROTAK

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    install the touchpad drivers again?
     
  6. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Thanks but done that already before making the first post....
     
  7. {NOC}MONK

    {NOC}MONK Pen Pal - Newbie

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    :confused:

    :mad:

    Sounds like its time to call 1-800- F U JITSU

    -MONK


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    EDIT: Oh and you can threaten that if they do not help that you will stop all of your many friends that are getting ready to order one! ;)
     
  8. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Solved it......
    Loaded my Ghost file taken from pre-installation of any additional software, ran '1004991_synaptics_8_2_11_0.exe' and this time it worked.

    Now I need to find what caused the trackpads device features to not work .... which I believe won't happen.

    I would have liked to have known what caused it in the first place.. but at the moment with time so precious, I'm just happy I can configure the trackpad's four corners to my liking.

    Thanks guys for the time in replying :)
     
  9. {NOC}MONK

    {NOC}MONK Pen Pal - Newbie

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    P8RSON,

    I was wondering if you would write a little tutorial on how to ghost a system. I am getting ready to buy my t4210 and I wanted to ghost the system as is in box onto an external HDD (since I won't have the OS on disc).
    Could you PLEEEEEEEASE write a tutorial/review :D

    Thanks,
    MONK

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    EDIT: Or ghosting to DVD. (I assume the 4210 has less than 4.9gigs base)
     
  10. P8RSON

    P8RSON Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Actually MONK the program comes with excellent tutorials that will lead you by the hand.
    Once you have installed the program all you then need do is select 'Tutorial'
    You will then have several options which you can select depending on what you wish to do:-
    1. How to clone or make a copy of a computer using an IP connection.
    2. How to create and restore an image using a CD-R/RW or DVD.
    3. How to create and restore an image using a USB or Firewire device.
    4. How to use a mapped network drive to create and restore images.
    5. How to use the Ghost Boot Wizard to add or modify a Network Interface Card.
    6. How to create a disaster recovery disk.

    Once you activate one of these not only will you have a visual tutorial but a spoken one as well.

    If you need any further assistance MONK send me a P.M.
    I don't want us to drift 'Off Topic' here mate. :)
     
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