I have Lenovo Laptop Y500 4EQ.My child had suddenly removed it's battery in laptop ON condition.One small plastic point of Laptop's adopter broke up.I had put one paper in battery side.Laptop is running ,only while AC on and touch pad is not working.In system ,Device manager showing Device working properly.External USB mouse working now.What i have to do? Please advice me for the same.
I have a brand new leneova G580 series laptop .. the touch pad is not working properaly . it selects the whole web page without any command given .. scrole very slow .. checked all settings .. but not working properly
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Your problem is two parts. One part concerns the touchpad and that is due to the touchpad hardware connections coming loose. The sticky key however is due to some sticky liquid seeping into the keyboard at one point in time. Maybe the laptop got exposed to a sugary beverage spill that made the keys sticky. Clean underneath you should be fine, but try not to remove the keys as you clean them because the braces that hold the keys to the keyboard base sometimes break.
I always recommend popping out the CMOS battery and then putting it back in. This resets all of the settings in the BIOS including the password. In the case of a laptop it can be a bit of work to open it, locate the battery and perform this but it is much less risky than uses the software that is available to crack the BIOS password and then remove it.
This site gives some useful software options for resetting the BIOS password: http://www.tech-faq.com/reset-bios-password.html
Otherwise this is a diagram of the inside of the laptop once you remove the screws from the underside, remove the keyboard and touchpad: http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/product-and-parts/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-71436
Uninstall the driver for the touchpad, right click my computer and click manage. Than reinstall, you may want a mouse while doing this. If the problems continues, run windows update and check the optional updates for any updates for the touchpad.
hi! just a tip in most cases this works. try to do power drain, try to turn off the computer make sure that it is completely turned off, remove the battery and the ac adapter and anything that is plugged on to your computer. press and hold the power button for 15 seconds. try to put the battery back and the ac adapter as well, try to power it on. if still doesnt work try to uninstall and re install the touchpad driver for your lenovo laptop. hope this would help! goodluck!
First uninstall the touchpad driver in add/remove programs, reboot the system and see if the touchpad works better (Some functions may be lost like scrolling, but this is just a test)
Next go to support.dell.com, download the latest system BIOS and touchpad driver, install them and reboot, see if issue is resolved.
Try removing the main battery, then open the case. Under the keyboard and close to the CMOS chip, you may find a reset buttom or jumper. Alternativelly, you may remove its small round-shape battery for half an hour or so. This would return CMOS features to default. Fix power supply again and restart, normally the BIOS should stop asking for a password
simple solution, turn off all power to laptop,(remove power cable) then removethe battery,replace the battery, power up,the laptop will reboot your touchpad drive, and it will be as normal,I have a Gericom 1580 xl+ which this fault appears fairly often, this method always worked for me lordy
There is probably some type of touchpad disable button on your laptop. You didn't mention the make or model of the laptop, but HP's for example, have a small button above the touchpad with a blue light. If the light is off, the touchpad is disabled.
Look around on the laptop and there is probably just a button that needs to be pressed to enable the touchpad
Your touchpad is very sensitive. Be sure to keep your fingers away from it when typing. I have the same problem with my Toshiba laptop--I decided that unless I was in a travelling situation, I would use a small wireless mouse. I just disabled the touchpad.