Question about Toshiba satellite c660
Computer bots up and shows normal display but keyboard and touchpad do not work
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
oooh..frozen...eagle338 must have been in the cooler, eh?
only way to connect with him/her is to add them as a buddy, then do an 'ask buddy' request..
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Restore the defaults in the BIOS to begin with, this will make sure its not a setting in there that is disabling the mousepad.
Then in windows see if the touchpad is working. If not then take the keyboard out with the power turned off.
When you take the keyboard out you will see the ribbon cable that comes from underneath the touchpad. disconnect it from the motherboard and reseat it firmly back in. Then turn back on the motherboard and see if the mousepad works. If it still doesn't then try the shortcut key to enable it.
If it does't enable then that means its either going to be a mousepad problem where you would have to replace the top cover assembly or a motherboard problem cause it could be where the voltage required to run that mousepad is missing.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
It is possibly an error with the driver. To check, go to Control Panel and then the Device Manager. Look for the section labeled "Mice and other pointing devices" and look for "Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad" or anything which has TouchPad in the title. If it has a weird yellow triangle with an exclamation point, there may be a driver problem. Double click on the device, choose the Driver tab at the top and choose to Update Driver. Choose to automatically search and hopefully you should find, then install, the driver.
Have you recently run any Windows updates? If so, that may have messed up the driver. Instead of choosing to update the driver, choose to roll it back instead.
My solution is only for a bad driver. I hope this helps you and apologize if it does not.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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