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Old 03-05-2004, 10:08 PM   #1
Anmol
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Help with Touchpad on toshiba Laptop


Hello all,

I have recently bought a Toshiba Laptop(M35-S359). My touchpad worked out of the box with linux but virtual Scrolling did not. I am wondering how do I enable that.
I have tried i nstalling tpconfig and also Synaptics Driver. I would highly appreicate if someone can give me steps do that. There is no or little doc on tpconfig. I followed all the steps given with Synaptics driver. but no vitual Scrolling

Sincerely,

Anmol Misra
 
  


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