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Touch pad when i start up my laptop i can see the "mouse arrow" but my touch pad stoped working

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I believe your touchpad is damage, but did you try to use Fn+F7 to enable touchpad.
Just in case your touchpad is disable when you start.

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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