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Re: touch pad not woring
Oh, I think a driver issue did it. Did you download a new driver? Maybe the maker had some bugs. Use Windows System Restore to reset the settings to a couple of days back, when it was working. It won't harm any of your personal files, though it seems scary and is time consuming. Or, you can try to do a Driver Roll-Back. Go to Device Manager (right-click My Computer -> Properties -> Hardware Tab -> Device Manager Button) and look for your mouse. Click Roll-Back Driver under some tab. It may work.
Or, just report to the company about the driver and search for the previous drivers.
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Did it work for you before? what has happened since then?some laptops have a way to disable the touch pad so you won't accidentally move the cursor while typing. It may be a switch on the computer itself, or a LED in the corner of the touch pad, or it may be one of the Function keys (does any of them have a symbol of a mouse with a circle and one diagonal line indicating "no mouse") If so, push the fn key plus which ever function key has that symbol beside it.Some laptops automatically disable the touch pad if a USB mouse is plugged in.If none of these is the problem, you may not have a touch pad driver installed. Get a USB mouse to plus in until you get the driver installed. Go to the web page for the manufacturer for the laptop. Search for your model in the support section, and look for drivers. Download the appropriate driver for your touch pad and your version of Windows, and install it.Buying a USB mouse or a wireless mouse may be a valid solution no matter what the problem is if you like a real mouse.
if you plug usb keyboard onto your laptop it will probably turn the touch pad off.
If no other keyboard is attached there is usually a switch to turn off the touch pad.
also if you attach a mouse this may disable the touchpad so you dont move the mouse pointer when you are typing
Are you referring to the mouse pointer when using the touch pad? To isolate the problem, try to use a USB mouse and see if the pointer will move. If the USB mouse works, then the touch pad could be disabled.
Refer to the user manual of the laptop and see on how you can enable the touch pad.
If same problem occur even though you're using a USB mouse, contact the manufacturer of the computer for second opinion or repair.
Look along the top of the keyboard for an "f key" that shows a "touch pad" icon, IF you see it, press the "function key" (along the bottom of the keyboard) PLUS at the same time the "f key" (that you found along the top) and that should "toggle" the touch pad back on....
Also, IF you plug in a USB mouse that will allow you to move the cursor around--but the USB mouse doesn't fix your touch pad problem.
Hope this helps.