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Laptop's touchpad not working

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.

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  • Gautam Shah Mar 06, 2009

    Thank You very much.As per your advise my laptop's touch pad started working ( Pressing Fn+ Esc ).

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Hi,
Please remove the external mouse and press Fn+ESC simultaneously the issue should be resolved.
Thanks.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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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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Hello,

I am using Lenovo Y450, recently I had a an unexpected problem "BOOTMGR is missing" and just fixed it by installing a new windows, but then the touchpad is no more working.

Can anyone please give me advise how to fix it?

Thank you!
Chuc

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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