from what ive been reading try a bios update may solve problem
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What exactly do you mean by the "responsiveness"?
Is it just (i.e.) that the mouse pointer is slow to respond to your input?
Whatever... you can change various settings - including speed and touch sensitivity, by opening the touchpad settings (double-click the touchpad tray icon) ;)
From experience, I've found that: “Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder”!!
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Go into the control panel and adjust the responcesiveness there.
Find and click on the Dell Touchpad to make changes.
Be carefull I acidently made mine too responcesive and everything a draged over
got clicked and opened or run. :P