You can scroll with two fingers on your trackpad.
Go to Settings/Devices, select Mouse & touchpad, then scroll down to Additional mouse settings. When the Mouse Properties dialog box opens, click the Device Settings tab (if you have one) and then click the Settings button for your device. …then check the Enable Vertical Scrolling and Enable Horizontal Scrolling boxes.
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Your touchpad may not respond to scrolling if two-finger scrolling is disabled on your computer. To enable two-finger scrolling, do the following: In Control Panel, click Hardware and Sound > Mouse. Click the Device Settings tab.
Open the Control Panel (press the Windows key and the X key at the same time and select Control Panel). Go to Hardware and Sound, scroll down to Synaptics ClickPad and click on it. In the window that opens, make sure the Scrolling box is checked. Otherwise do it and click OK.
If two-finger scrolling is enabled but not working, there may be issues with the touchpad drivers. The drivers may be corrupted or faulty and the device may not work properly. … Reinstall the touchpad drivers. Restore touchpad driver.
What if the touchpad doesn’t work?
If these steps don’t work, try uninstalling your touchpad driver: Open Device Manager, right-click (or press and hold) the touchpad driver, and select Uninstall. Reboot your device and Windows will attempt to reinstall the driver. If that doesn’t work, try the generic driver that comes with Windows.
Sometimes abbreviated as ScLk, ScrLk, or Slk, the Scroll Lock key is located on a computer keyboard, often near the Pause key.
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