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Click "Start." Click "Control Panel" in the right panel. Click "Accessibility Options." Clear the boxes next to "Use Sticky Keys," "Use FilterKeys" and "Use ToggleKeys." Click "OK" to unlock the keyboard, including the keypad. Unlock Touchpad Click "Start," then "Control Panel." Click "hardware and Sound," then "Mouse." Click the "Touchpad" tab. Click "Default" under the "Touchpad" tab to reset the touchpad to its original settings.
> you just have to reinstall driver for your touchpad but if after doing that and still not working then touchpad might be busted
> sometimes a certain software might be causing the touchpad to not work and restoring computer to factory default might resolve the issue but this will cause your files so do a back-up first
> to get the driver for your touchpad please refer to your manufacturer or to the website of acer
first step is to go to your touchpad properties via the control panel and make sure everything looks ok. If the settings are ok, then go to your BIOS (when you turn on the laptop you will get an option to press escape or delte or F2 to go to the settings/BIOS. Once here, go ahead and look for an option to reset all settings to their default state. Save the settings and restart the computer. Hope this helps.