Question about Toshiba Satellite L505-S5988 Notebook
Coffee was spilled on the laptop, no singes of liquid on touch pad board, all connectors are OK from touch pad to motherboard. windows recognize the touch pad in devices and if disconnected it disappears.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: spilled liquid on laptop
If you have a systemguard warranty on your laptop better contact Toshiba Techsupport (1800-457-7777) and they will gladly send your unit for depot repair which is free to replace the whoule keyboard. No charges including Shipment and handling.
If you are out of warranty, you can dismantle the laptop KB and spray a contact cleaner on that might fix the issue.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
You may want to open the laptop and check for damage to the touch pad including connection to the mother board. If you can not see any visible damage to pad or connection replace with another pad. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
Follow the guide below to tear the laptop down, you are extremely fortunate that the device is even working. Electronic sircuits and water have never been a good match, and your keyboard and touchpad are essentially just large electronic circuits. There is probably some water still somewhere under the keyboard and it is probably in contact with the tochpad cable or socket. When you have the keyboard off, use a hair dryer on warm and completely dry out all components and make sure all the small flat cables are tight in their sockets.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
SOURCE: Touch pad not working
just restart machine in bios setup ckeck that touch pad option is set to enable. and also check some of the laptop has one switch on keypad or on the top of touchpad for on/off utility is set to on
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
they keyboard is bad for sure, they make them so flimsy that the keys could be off. You can try moving your fingers back and forth on it from left to right in a sweeping motion to see if there are any stuck keys that could be affecting the keys.
If you do this and you have the same problems. Call Toshiba or the store you got the laptop from and get a replacement keyboard. Sounds like to me they used a refurbished keyboard on that laptop even though its new, companies do that form time to time and never tell the customer.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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