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Touchpad is not working I updated the driver used the FN key to turn it on and off checked to see if it was diabled it's not so are there something i missed sys Toshiba Satellite L305-s5921

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Check the touchpad to be on in BIOS if this option is available. If on an attempt to reinstall your operating system you have no life sign from your touchpad, it means your palmrest/touchpad is defective or its cable connection on the board was affected (e.g. cable get out after you have dropped your laptop). Have it replaced by a professional.

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