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Anyone know how to have the touchpad default to off without adding software? I normally use usb mouse and use Fn+F1 to turn it off every time I start up. I'd like to reverse that behavior...have it startup with the touchpad off and use Fn+F1 if I need to turn it on. It's a Sager NP9170/P170EM.

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Anyone know how to have the touchpad default to off without adding software? I normally use usb mouse and use Fn+F1 to turn it off every time I start up. I'd like to reverse that behavior...have it startup with the touchpad off and use Fn+F1 if I need to turn it on. It's a Sager NP9170/P170EM.

Its a Clevo Control Center feature, but you can also disable it in the Touchpad software itself.

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Hello,

You have just to right click on the taskbar icon and from device setting tab, choose "disable when usb device connected"

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PS: sorry for french language on picture, i was too lazy to change it ;)

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I don't have the synaptics/touchpad software installed. I was hoping I could disable it without installing software.

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