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Frozen touch pad

Touch pad just stop working i went in mouse properties to see if it had disabled somehow but it still was set to enable

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  • bludvl49 Oct 04, 2008

    cursor is frozen. does not respond, tried to adjust settings in the mouse properties. mini mouse works in usb port. nothing on the touch pad.

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Hold down the [Fn] key and then press the [F9] Key to toggle touchpad on and off

On my Toshiba Satellite 1135-S155 Fn key is in the middle of Control [Ctrl] and Alt [Alt]

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