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Pressing Fn + F9 keys disables it. Pressing them again re-enables it back.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
in most cases there is a button nearby the mouse that lets you turn it off, or then its a combination of FN + one of the F keys (F1 to F2) that will switch off the mouse and switch it back on aswell.
sometimes the internal mouse may get turned off if you plug in a external mouse.
another way to get rid of the mouse would be to disconnect its cable inside the laptop. But that is more advanced.
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