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    safarisurfer's Avatar
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    Jan 12, 2008
    tapping in windows partition
    for some reason on my windows boot camp partition it will not allow me to simply tap the touch pad and have it act as a click. it works perfectly in mac os just not windows like most laptops. is there a fix for this.

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    roffir's Avatar
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    Mar 21, 2008
    Boston, MA
    I don't think you can tap in windows. I tried to find out before and nothing... but I know with the bootcamp drivers you can right click with two fingers and click the button

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    shadyboi's Avatar
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    Aug 07, 2007
    i wish i knew how to resolve this but i ve been having the same problem since my day one..but i never seeked for help though :S
    i just excepted it because windows is err so windows there is nothing we can do... unfortunately ..
    Just be nice and helpful...

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    Nicoya's Avatar
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    Apr 18, 2008
    Los Angeles
    Other laptops have had this feature with windows so it's just Apple not providing a driver which allows the tapping to be recognized in windows.

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