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Re: how i can stop work of my touch pad
Follow the below steps.
1) Goto Start
2) Click on Control Panel
3) In the control panel, You will find the icon of Mouse
4) Double click on Mouse icon and a new window opens up.
5) click on the Others option in the window. In this window, You will have option to disable the touch pad.
6) After unchecking this option, Press Apply button and OK the change.
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eMachines E725 has a built in switch to toggle the touchpad on or off
by the touch of a button. Look at the button to the left of the main
power switch. You'll notice the icon looks like a hand touching a
rectangle - or touchpad. if this button is lit up, the touchpad is
turned off. simply press the button to toggle the touchpad back on. The
light on the button should now be off.
It's that simple.
There is not a whole lot of information that you are giving us. There would be two reasons the touchpad does not work...one, there is a small button above the touchpad and if it is red (orange) the pad is off and you have to tap that button until the light turns blue. If the light is blue, then the tapping part of the pad has been turned off in mouse properties. Open control panel > mouse Properties > device settings > click on settings button and enable tapping. All other touchpad settings are in there to modify also.
Hi there. The touchpad drivers could be corrupt, try reinstalling the touchpad drivers again. Go here to Toshiba Support fill in the details of your model laptop and download the synaptics touchpad driver and reinstall it, see if that helps.
There are many possible fixes. To do some forensic work it would be best to know what was going on when the touch pad stopped working. It could very easily be the driver. You can see if that's it in device manager. Locate your touch pad device there and right-click on the device, choose "update driver".
Some laptops, my Toshiba for instance, have an option to configure the touchpad to disable when it senses a USB mouse or keyboard connecting. I have mine set to disable because when I'm typing on the onboard keyboard and I accidently slightly brush the touchpad, it sends the cursor all over the page and usually I lose everything I just typed.
The problem might also be a matter of a bogus setting in the Service Manager. There are a number of services that are related to your touchpad or mouse.
Just above my keyboard there is a little black strip with little lights. they are control buttons and if you tap one of them it turns the touchpad off and on (so it's very easy to do accidentally).
If you look really closely at the strip in good light (or restart the laptop to see them flash on and off) you'll see that one looks like a touchpad crossed out. Just press this to get your touchpad back.
If it doesnt solve the problem, I have noticed that the touchpad can be knocked out by a Window Update of something called ideacom. If you believe this could be the problem please clarify.