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Touchpad not working if its outside from home.

The touchpad works fine at home. But if I use my laptop outside,the touchpad disables itself or something. I'm suspecting its a wifi problem since that's the only change in the environment. I'm using a Lifebook SH 761. I've tried updating the drivers but it still didn't work. Any suggestions?

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