I formatted my system. When i'mm installing windows home edition in laptop my keyboard is not working while setting the username and configuring.So my installation is in incomplete way. But my keyboard and touchpad is workin fine in ubuntu OS. Please solve my problem..
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Please let me know what is your installed operating system (XP/Vista/7/8/8.1) and its edition (Starter/Home/Pro/Enterprise). Some edition do not support multi-language, so you may have to buy a "Arabic" Windows media and license, and you can replace your keyboard with an Arabic keyboard later (if any).
For the full capabilities of the touchpad, you will need the Synaptics touchpad software and drivers. Look for your operating system here and download and install the Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad Driver under Keyboard and other input devices.
I had the exact same problem after upgrading to windows 7 32 bit Home Premium on my Acer 3680 series laptop. After researching the problem at both the Acer site and the touchpad manufacturer's site, I discovered that sometimes Windows 7 doesn't support all features of older touchpads and there is no solution for this problem (which I like, anyway).
The drivers for the original touchpad are not always supported by Windows 7, which say, for instance, worked in Vista.
I tried emulation mode, etc., but the scroll buttons didn't work after updating to windows 7.
So, I just gave up and tried to adapt to the new operating system/touchpad function.
No sir you can just convert your windows into xp home original.you will have to format the pirated windows which you have then re-install your new xp home into it use your xp home cd to format your hard disk by booting your system with the xp cd and then install your windows Feel free to ask anything Thanks
to be frank about this query, windows 7 does not have proper drivers for most of the device, which win XP and vista supports.
it is new operating system and it is still not fully supported by most of the previous versons of windows.
only solution is to down grade your system (laptop) to vista so that it will be compatible.
The led, is indicating that the Numlock is engaged on the keyboard.
If the touchpad stops responding but keyboard inputs work, then the touchpad is either failed or disabled. If the keyboard is none responsive too, then the operating system has locked up and that is an entirely different issue. If the OS is locking up, try booting to SAFE Mode from the F8 menu and see if you can access anything. If still locking in Safe mode, you may end up installing Windows Again. If Safe mode works, then you can check event logs and edit MSCONFIG startup group and the like to find the SW issue
1. Go to the "Control Panel" and double click on the "Mouse" item. 2. Go through the tabs in the "Mouse Properties" window & find the tab where you can set up your touchpad. This differs from laptop to another since it is based on the touchpad's drivers. 3. On that tab, check & make sure that your touchpad is disabled. 4. Click "Apply" to apply the changes, then close the "Mouse Properties" window.
If you cannot find a tab to set up your touchpad, then your touchpad drivers might not be installed. In this case, you will need to install them first.
If the above does not work, then you might consider carefully opening your laptop and disconnecting the touchpad. Most laptops will run fine without it. However, beware that since all laptops are very different it might even then not be easy or possible to disconnect just the touchpad; it's possible that it's an integral part of the keyboard assembly, which means that you will be practically disconnecting both the touchpad & the keyboard.
If this either did not work, then you might consider replacing your touchpad (and/or) keyboard.
may be it is a keylogger which is attacked to your system so you couldnt able to type ...
or may be the bios is unable to detect the keyboard .. once you remove the keyboard from the port and put it back again that may work have a check with this ...
or the wire might have broke down just have a check ...
if all are right then it s the keylogger which is attacked to your system ...
so you must format the system i think your keyboard will work at the time of bios ... so can format the drive containing OS from booting with the windows xp boot cd ..... after formatting you can install the new copy of it ....
any doubts you can reply me i am always here to assist you thank you bye ..... rate my solution
Might seem ovious but you may want to try Acer support and look for a new Driver.. Also check under Control Panel...Mouse options... and also check device profiles to make sure windows isn't loading a "docked profile which may disable touchpad and laptop keybaord use.