Question about Toshiba Satellite A205-S4617 Notebook
Toshiba Satellite A205-S5803 I plugged in a USB mouse a week ago and now the Touch pad won't funtion. I check the utilities and even uninstalled and reinstalled the driver. It claims that it is enable and working properly... exept it's not. It won't work at all. USB Mouse work fine still though...
What's the problem?
First check: Control Panel -> Mouse -> TouchPad On/Off
Second check for a button near the mouse pad, often there are buttons that will enable/disable the touchpad
Thrid use the shortcut key FN+F9(or what ever F key that is used by your laptop) to disable/enable the TouchPad.
Fourth try this software: http://www.kingzm.com/eng/files/download/MouseManager.zip
- Select Start, Settings, Control panel.
- Open System, click on Hardware, and Device Manager.
- Expand "Mice and other pointing devices", and double click on the entry below, that may be called "HID-Compliant mouse", or "Alps Pointing Device".
- Under "Device usage", choose "Do not use this device in the current hardware profile (disable)", and click OK.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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