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Touch pad refuses to work

The touch pad to my Toshiba Satellite A135-S2386 laptop refuses to work but when an external mouse is attached, the mouse works.

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Try going to Toshiba's support page and re-install the driver for the touchpad. If this does not work. You may need to replace the touchpad itself.

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