I was told to uninstall the touch pad driver which I did then go to the dell web site and reinstall I did that also still get the same problem One solution was to go into the registry and delete everthing with ALPS not too sure if I should do this. I was told it is a dill eror which is the reason it does happen. Also what is the version of your Windows and, if applicable, the current service pack installed on it? Pomona 1, posts, read 9,, times Reputation: Maggie, if you want us to help you, please provide the requested information in full detail. I just did the C Programs and found apoint.
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The Dell forum also had others with the same issue. Three days ago this box did pop up apoint. Additional giveaways are planned. Others also have had this same error. DLL file that it can’t launch please?
My idea to resolve this problem would be to: Originally Posted by maggiekate it is the touch pad driver which still shows just does not load? Originally Posted by Narfcake. I just did the C Apkint.exe and found apoint. In the start-up a little window opens with the touch pad icon and Apoint.
Windows 10 – Dell – Alps_SetMouseMonitorError!! – Quarter Five – Thoughts and Solutions
It does have something to do with the touch pad which is working ok however if I say OK the touch pad icon closes also. Again what is the exact name of the.
In the Command Line window, type: Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Originally Posted by Narfcake Looks like Windows is trying to start a program that’s no longer there.
Take a screen shot if that is easier and attach it to your next post. Between step 6 and 7, running Autoruns to see if the list shows any “File not found” entries and removing them as well might be a good idea but for now, I will just mention it as a side note if the above doesn’t resolve the issue.
Also what is the version of your Windows and, if apoinf.exe, the current service pack apint.exe on it?
Windows 10 – Dell Apoint.exe – Alps_SetMouseMonitorError!!
View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Dell had me go to msconfig and diable all the start ups however then I loose the touchpad scroll function? Gotta love Dell tech support, I hope you re-enabled everything?
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Forget about what others in other forums apoint.ede or what you read elsewhere, if you are here asking for us to help, commit to our help, ok? Typically the related registry entry is this: I was told to uninstall the touch pad driver which I did then go to the dell web site and reinstall I did that also still get the same problem One solution was to go into the registry and delete everthing with ALPS not too sure if I should do this. Any idea how to correct this problem? Some had the uninstall etc work OK some did not.
Here is more info apoiint.exe how to use this standalone freebie. Pomona 1, posts, read 9, times Reputation: