Additionally, on Microsoft Windows XP-based computers, the USB or Bluetooth mouse may not wake from "suspend" mode.
VersaPad and the IntelliPoint software use some of the same features, features that may conflict with each other.
This behavior may also occur if there is an issue in the Microsoft Windows XP Operating System, USB 2.0 and the NEC Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) card.
Microsoft IntelliPoint software may not function correctly if a different pointing device program is installed.
A low battery power level may cause mouse errors and irregular behavior.
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Note The Bluetooth transceiver can only be connected to a USB port.
When an external PS/2 mouse is attached, the touchpad can be disabled. To do this, follow these steps:
- Click Start, and then click Sony Folder.
- Click Sony Utilities, and then click
Sony Notebook Setup.
- Click the Touchpad tab.
- Click the Disable Touchpad button.
Note You must use a PS/2 mouse to disable the touchpad. If you use a serial port mouse the touchpad does not disable.
ID d'article : 239676 - Dernière mise à jour : 5 févr. 2013 - Révision : 1