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How to fix keyboard and touch-pad problem, both are not working at all?

I have checked Device manager by using detachable mouse. Couldn't find keyboard device there but touch-pad device was showing. Keyboard and touch-pad both are actually not functioning.

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There is no fix for, just keyboards from time to time get fry. I will first blow the keyboard with air (canned or compressor) and test.
DIY keyboard replacement.


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SOURCE: touch pad and keyboard freeze after startup

Well this might not solve your problem but it may help others. I thought I was having the wierdies! on my new Acer Aspire 5315 after happily installing Suse 11.0 and getting all but wireless to work. Yes even Crystal Eye was identified and Skype picks it up and give me a great pic.
Suddenly this morning for no apparent reason I could no longer use the touchpad only the mouse 'logitech' worked. Checked everything and then did a search using ixquick.com and got here. Tried all the suggestions including taking the battery out but nothing. Sat and pondered and then looking at the keyboard noticed that F7 had a little hand and finger pointing to a square icon just below and to the right of the F7. Umm! let see whar happens when I use the Fn and the f7 keys. BINGO!!!! Touchpad loves my fingers again.

Might help if anyone else has similar Aspires or laptops with lockout like this.

GaryC

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Please reinstall your Touch Pad Synaptics Pointing Device Driver then restart your machine.

Thanks

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