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Post by Admin on Thu 5 Nov - 10:54

Pls Help

I am fighting with my mouse and my synaptic Touchpad.
Technology is really not my cup of tea.
Do u know how I can use my keyboard ASAP to zoom my screen? I am running mad.
TIA
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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by ShitMaster on Thu 5 Nov - 10:56

Put your two fingers on your touchpad on the left and right of your touchpad and then make them closer to the middle of the touchpad.

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Post by Engineer on Thu 5 Nov - 10:57

laissemoichercherca.com/?q=HP%20NOTEBOOK%20PCs

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Post by Admin on Thu 5 Nov - 10:58

ShitMaster wrote:Put your two fingers on your touchpad on the left and right of your touchpad and then make them closer to the middle of the touchpad.

no I can't they do not work any more :-(

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Post by Admin on Thu 5 Nov - 10:59

Engineer wrote:laissemoichercherca.com/?q=HP%20NOTEBOOK%20PCs

Copy this link on ur link adress with http b4 ofc

I don't know what u are talking about...Sorry :-(

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by ShitMaster on Thu 5 Nov - 11:01

ah, you must have disabled it then. Click on Start and go to the Control Panel and find "Mouse".
Then click on the device settings, select the synaptic touchpad device then click on settings.
Then make sure to check "Pinch-Zoom" and press OK.
It should work now

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Post by arnaud on Thu 5 Nov - 11:16

if you have 2 finger you have a solution !

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Admin on Thu 5 Nov - 11:19

Just a try

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Cosmos on Thu 5 Nov - 11:20

This document applies to HP and Compaq Desktop computers with Windows XP, Me, 98, and 95.
Use this document to fix issues with low system resources. System resources degrade over time and slow the computer. The following information provides ways to improve system performance.
Remove Spyware

If the computer performs noticeably slower after connecting to the Internet, there might be adware or spyware programs installed.
Spyware and adware software programs use the Internet to download and upload information in the background. Some of this information might be sensitive or unwanted advertising.
Spyware and adware can be difficult to remove. See the following HP support document for more information about spyware and how to remove it from your computer: About Spyware, Adware, and Browser Hijacking Software (in English).
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Close all open programs not in use

Use only the programs that are necessary. Minimizing a program window might not stop that program from using the computer processor and memory. Being connected to the Internet, listening to music, and running virus scans are all ways to use system resources. Run virus scans and other system tools while no one is using the computer or when you are away from the desk. Work offline when convenient. Closing programs that are not necessary helps Windows perform more efficiently.
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Prevent background programs from loading

As software programs load, the small icons on the notification area increase (usually these icons are in the lower-right corner, next to the time). Each of these small pictures represents a program running in the background, and each one uses valuable system resources. Move the mouse pointer over each small picture to find what software it is. Common programs that load and run in the background are virus scanners, display settings, and multimedia programs. Increase system resources by stopping these tasks from loading, or by changing their settings. You can do this in a variety of ways because these programs often start from various places. If the methods below do not apply to a specific icon, consult the applications documentation or Web site.


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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by arnaud on Thu 5 Nov - 11:20

do you want my number of credit card ?

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by ShitMaster on Thu 5 Nov - 11:21

Well i really don't understand you, Sylvie. Did you try to enable it ?
I do not get your answer 'Just a try"

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Admin on Thu 5 Nov - 11:22

Ok, you have to run control panel and select device tab, mouse properties.
Check and adjust options matching ur needs.
Hit Ok and go back to desktop to see how it works.
Renew the procedure until satisfied.

Good luck!

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by ShitMaster on Thu 5 Nov - 11:23

Admin wrote:Ok, you have to run control panel and select device tab, mouse properties.
Check and adjust options matching ur needs.
Hit Ok and go back to desktop to see how it works.
Renew the procedure until satisfied.

Good luck!
"Good Luck" ?
So, you got it to work ?

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Kory on Thu 5 Nov - 11:24

You can facilitate the reading of web pages by changing the text size. By doing so, you only change the text size: the images and controls retain their original size.

To change the text size of a web page

Open Internet Explorer, click the DémarrerImage of the Start button and click Internet Explorer.

Click the Page button, click Text Size, and then click the desired size.

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by arnaud on Thu 5 Nov - 11:25

Zoom out by holding two fingers apart on the screen, and then pull the fingers together to decrease
an object's size

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Post by Zeb on Thu 5 Nov - 11:25

Kory wrote:You can facilitate the reading of web pages by changing the text size. By doing so, you only change the text size: the images and controls retain their original size.

To change the text size of a web page

Open Internet Explorer, click the DémarrerImage of the Start button and click Internet Explorer.

Click the Page button, click Text Size, and then click the desired size.
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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by ShitMaster on Thu 5 Nov - 11:27

EDIT :
It 's really confusing.
Did you try to enable "Pinch Zoom" in the Synaptics Touchpad settings ?
You can simply do so by clicking on Mouse, Settings and Synaptics Touchpad device and check "Pinch Zoom" and press OK.


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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by arnaud on Thu 5 Nov - 11:28

Zoom in by holding two fingers together on the screen, and then pull the fingers apart to increase
an object's size.

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Cosmos on Thu 5 Nov - 11:29

A touch screen is a computer device that combines the functionality of a screen display and those of a pointing device, or as a mouse or touch pad, but also with an optical stylus.

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Post by Cosmos on Thu 5 Nov - 11:31

A multi touch device, multi-touch or Multitouch is both a human-computer interaction technique and equipment that the implements. This device is used to interact with hardware through several points of contact (often with multiple fingers).

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Re: HP NOTEBOOK PCs -Pls help

Post by Engineer on Thu 5 Nov - 11:32

For zoom with ur keyboard use

"Ctrl +" or "Ctrl -" bounce bounce

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