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How do I disable my touchpad on my Toshiba Portege 700?

Need to disable my touchpad when using an external USB mouse.

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Toshiba usually set the keys Fn+F9 as the touchpad enable/disable - the touchpad software has to be running in the taskbar to allow this however.

hope this helps 8)

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