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Travelmate 2310 keyboard and touchpad problem

My keyboard and touchpad does not respond. But when I remove the battery and use the power adapter alone, they work. Perhaps I need to replace the battery. In the meantime, is there something I could do?

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  • Dilwsi Mar 01, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, do i just need a new battery then.

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Boot up the system (without the battery).
When the system runs normaly then place the battery on its normal bay.
Shut down bij removing the power from the system.
* Make sure you have not installed any Windows power saving tools, meaning let it run on the battery till it dies *
Wait till the systems shuts down by itself.
Boot your system again (with the battery in its bay and everything will work out fine.
Shuting down by removing the power support (AC) booting up AND your keyboard with touchpad will work again.
So intill you have a new battery, you need to shut-down by removing the AC power and leave the battery in its bay.
You can not shut-down on the normal way any more untill you have replaced the battery.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

Did anyone contacted Acer for a fix?

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Is there anything else on the machine that doesnt work properly when on battery? Sounds very odd!

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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