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Acer Aspire One Netbook Touch pad mouse not working

My Laptop is an acer apsire one Netbook and it has a touch pad that doesnt work even though my desktop mouse does any help possible would be appreciated

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There is a small ribbon cable that connects the touchpad to the motherboard. If there was any dramatic jostling of the system or it was disassembled for any reason it may have come undone. I have heard of this happening in the past.

If your lucky, someone just turned it off. The toggle for the mouse pad is Fn+F7 simultaneously.

Good Luck,

NOLA Tech

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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