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Toshiba 1410-401 my laptop touchpad & keyboard stopped working so i wiped it and put xp back on and it still doesn't work, if i go into bios and disable pointer device the keyboard works in xp, usb mouse works. but now i cant even find my touchpad in windows and i dont know what i can do to fix the problem.

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