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connect a desktop monitor to VGA port from your laptop. if there will able to see the displays?.. you can go to control panel to reset the display settings and back that on to the normal screen settings.
Right cllick on your desktop and choose personalize. At the bottom of the left panel click display and then click change display settings. Click on the orientation drop down menu and change it to landscape.
The touch screen don't work ? Do you use an external mouse ? Did you replace the external mouse if you have one? 1st gingerly, and softly pass your hand across the entire keyboard from left to right, then right to left touching ALL keys [[ ALL]] . go up and down the keyboard . 2nd take the eraser of the pencil and gently TAP all keys to UNstick any key that could be shorted out. If that don't work, get back to me so that I can show you how to use a WORD PROCESSOR to find your problem.
on the bottom of your computer screen, maybe on the right side, thats where mine have all been, there should be a pic or icon of a speaker...left click on it, and at the bottom click the small box or mute off or on.....hope this helps
I think the magic combination is "Fn"+"F7". Or there is a small push switch at the top of the touchpad that turns it off. My daughter has one of these and I solved the same trouble for her, but her compy's not here now for me to check.