Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4477 Notebook
My touchpad doesnt work, i have to use an external mouse to browse through my toshiba laptop. I once dismantled it and when I put it together, everything worked well except for the touchpad. [i didnt spill any liquid on it]
Try going to your Device manager and right click on mouse properties and click on the touch pad tab. If you look it probably has the touchpad as disabled. Sometimes this will happen when you use an external mouse. You should be able to unclick the box and change the field from disabled to enable. Its 99.9% of the time NOT your drivers just that the touchpad was disabled. I hope that helps
Posted on Sep 30, 2015
Try reinstalling the touchpad driver.
You can download the touchpad and device drivers for your model laptop from the Toshiba WEB site from their download page. Make sure you enter the model of your laptop so you can get the correct drivers. Please click on this link: -
Posted on May 03, 2013
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So in regards to the touchpad, it’s not working. Device
Manager is where you want to go to see if something is wrong with it. You know
also, I'm not sure if any other Toshiba has this built in it. Like on some HP,
they have a button just to the top of the touchpad. If you hit it, it turns off
the touchpad. Hit it again, its back on.
I’m pretty it doesn’t. If the button is not there, then it might be just your touchpad is dead or loose cable on the inside.
Let me know
Posted on Aug 10, 2008
Restore the defaults in the BIOS to begin with, this will make sure its not a setting in there that is disabling the mousepad.
Then in windows see if the touchpad is working. If not then take the keyboard out with the power turned off.
When you take the keyboard out you will see the ribbon cable that comes from underneath the touchpad. disconnect it from the motherboard and reseat it firmly back in. Then turn back on the motherboard and see if the mousepad works. If it still doesn't then try the shortcut key to enable it.
If it does't enable then that means its either going to be a mousepad problem where you would have to replace the top cover assembly or a motherboard problem cause it could be where the voltage required to run that mousepad is missing.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
you have lost your driver for the cursor .
go to :
give it a try and let me know how you go
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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