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  • Don, >Remember when someone's post was ... are you sure you have the latest >drivers? Someone told you so ;-) Actually no. Was it you? Sorry in that case. I know one should update drivers right off, but when you read hundreds of posts and articles stating the feature isn't available and the manual doesn't mention it with a word... OK, I confess! I'm all too gullible. :-( Lotta
    loro Jun 5, 2009
  • Don, >Remember when someone's post was ... are you sure you have the latest >drivers? Someone told you so ;-) Actually no. Was it you? Sorry in that case. I know one should update drivers right off, but when you read hundreds of posts and articles stating the feature isn't available and the manual doesn't mention it with a word... OK, I confess! I'm all too gullible. :-( Lotta
    loro Jun 5, 2009
  • I wrote: >Torben Joergensen wrote: > >I believe that is just what you are looking for. > >Looks like just the thing. Yay! Must tell you what happened since you have the same model. I installed EeeToggle but it complained about not finding some DLL. OK, better reinstall the drivers. Downloaded the latest from Asus's site, uninstalled EeeToggle, installed the drivers and installed...
    loro Jun 4, 2009
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  • Torben Joergensen wrote: >I believe that is just what you are looking for. Looks like just the thing. Yay! Mange tak! :-) Lotta
    loro Jun 4, 2009
  • Hi Dave, >Does the pad have a icon next to the speaker right click and disable it >should not affect wireless mouse. Nope. There is no easy way to disable the pad. When I googled I learned that some Asus models lack this feature. Little did I know. I read it may be possible to disable it from BIOS but I haven't checked. It would be to cumbersome to turn it off and on all the time...
    loro Jun 3, 2009
  • Don wrote: >Can you not just write a clip to do it for you? Any tips on how to do that? I don't speak driver. ;-) Besides that, I'm looking for something that's quick and convenient since I at times would use it frequently. There obviously are neat programs out there, I just don't manage to find the right one, although TouchFreeze is close, probably perfect for a better typist...
    loro Jun 2, 2009
  • Hi! Looking for a program that can temporarily disable the touchpad. My hands brush against it all the time when I type and the cursors dances all over the place. Typing in the air is a bummer. I don't have the options in the mouse CP that I know some laptops come with. "Disable when mouse is plugged in" would be perfect, but alas... I've found two programs so far. I list them in...
    loro Jun 2, 2009
  • MotoMania wrote: >You said originally that you wanted to hide what you were doing. Without >a password setup for your account and doing as suggested with "Windows >Key + L" there is now way to *truly* hide what was going on. As you >said, all someone needs to do is click on your account name and they're >able to look at everything that was running. It isn't that advanced or...
    loro May 12, 2009
  • David Smart wrote: >It's probably actually taking you to the "This computer is in use and has >been locked" screen. > >It empties the screen and requires the password to reactivate, although >everything is still running. Nope. I just have to click my account name and I'm back. My computer is set up so I never have to log in. I guess that's why I haven't seen this screen before...
    loro May 12, 2009
  • Thanks a lot, guys. I wasn't aware you could start a screen saver that way. To my defence I never use them, well, I let the default one stay there on this machine. Neither was I aware there was a login screen, never saw the thing before. I'll check out Wizmo or NIRCMD too. I actually liked all options, so I don't know what I'll end up using. Choices, choices... ;-) Thanks again...
    loro May 12, 2009