I haven't used a touchpad before. I haven't had a laptop and I am confused about all of these icaons. I am an experienced PC user, but the laptop is a different animal. I am looking for the most basic information on a Toshiba keyboard. This is so basic it's embarrassing but I can't seem to find the information I need anywhere.
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There are lot of people who can't get used to the mouse or (touch pad as it is called) on the lap top. I know, I am one. I hate the touch pad. Easiest solution is to use a regular mouse with a USB connection. Or you can buy a wireless mouse. If you carry around a lap top, it becomes a must that you have a laptop case. So, a wireless mouse is not going to be a hindrance. Best option would be a wireless one. Buy one. Put the CD that comes with it in the drive. set up the receiver (just install the program that came in the CD. That is it.) Put battery in the mouse, and press a button (a small button called connect) at the bottom of the mouse. And you are all ready to go as usual. This connect thing is a one time operation. You need to repeat it only when you change the battery. I guess you will get used to the key board in a weeks time. If the touch pad start acting up, you can disable the touch pad, so that only your mouse will be active. I am not sure what icons you are referring to, but if they are on the key board, most keys of the laptop have multiple functions. They are kind of colour coded.Look closely on the Fn key. you may notice that it is a little gray. You will also notice other markings that are gray on the keyboard. This means when that key is pressed in combination with Fn it has a new function. For example, Fn and F6 will decrease the brightness of the screen. Fn and F7 increases. Fn and F8 will turn your wireless on or off. There a few other functions like that too.
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simply go to device manager and look for the touch pad or mice and any pointing device . click the touch pad look for driver at the top and roll back driver. and if its not working look for the update driver and click that
Make sure you haven't turned it off by hitting the little button just above the touchpad in the middle. Also go into your device manager and make sure the Input and Pointing device is not having a problem. You can right click on your touchpad and select Properties. You can also update the driver.
You could get online and got to www.google.com and type in "hp support" (without the quotes) in the search box. Look for Drivers and Downloads. Enter your laptop's model number and operating system then download and install the touchpad driver.
Your touchpad cable might have come aloose. You'll need to remove the palmrest to find it. Be careful because there is a cable for the keyboard and one for the touchpad so remove carefully.
You could go out an purchase a USB Mouse and use it until you get the touchpad issue resolved.
You haven't specified which laptop brand and model you have, so it would be of great help if you could provide as such.
Usually though it's caused by accidentally pressing a combination of Function buttons (i.e Fn + F5 or similar) or some laptops have a designated button especially for touchpad, usually on the top row. Re-pressing those Function buttons or designated Touchpad button will re-enable your Touchpad.
If you still cannot find solution, then kindly please provide your laptop's brand and model so I can assist you further.
wat u tell is could be hardware problem in ur touch sensivity BUT still
1st go to control panel check the mouse setting and reset ur setting if everything is perfect thn change it like change the settings and then restore ur setting this is try to make it activate ur setting of ur touchpad
ALSO do try to go to device manager from control panel then select the setting of MICE & Other Pointing devices and selct the touchpad select it then right click on it and go for update driver option and update ur drivers from internet let it search it automatically and restart ur system .
if still not solved get it checked by engineer as it would be hardware prob may be some wire would be loose from inside ur laptop
Does the laptop have a touchpad (usually centered on the keyboard below the space bar) with two buttons above it? Then drag your finger across the selection to highlight it. Then click the right button.
It may take some practice. I usually end up getting a finger to register as moving to a new point on the screen when I try to move up to the buttons.
If you are still more comfortable with a mouse, get a USB corded or wireless mouse. Connect the mouse to a free port and use as you normally do. (Wireless mice can be a little tricky when the batteries run down or the receiver and mouse lose their connection.) If you have limited ports, a USB hub will usually be fine for connecting a mouse.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (Note: some older laptops need the touchpad disabled to avoid confusion. With Windows, Start > Control Panel > Hardware > Device Manager)
Debbie, I can't find anything on this that would cause it with a keyboard command. Lets do this; lets roll back the system to the last restore point before your one year old confused us both. LOL....
Click on Start Menu and then select HELP & Support
in the search box type SYSTEM RESTORE
when the options come up look for RUN SYSTEM RESTORE WIZARD and follow the prompts to the day before the issue was created, or the closest date available before the problem.
When the system rolls back we will see if that fixes your problem. (It's not as scary as it sounds)
Let me know if this works for you! //Don