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Re: touch pad cover
Most likely not, unless its dtraight from the manufacturer or someone sells you there parts, i would just get the whole cover, it will make it easier anyway, than trying to spend time and money looking for just the pad.
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I am really sorry to hear that your touch pad is not working. You mentioned that you see an orange light on it, where did you see it? is it on the top of your touch pad? if it's just on the top of your touch pad, all you have to do is just press the button right beside the orange light. Because the touch pad is being disable indicating the orange light, when you press the button you will see a blue light indicating that you enable the touch pad.
There's no possible to repair that touch pad wire, its coated, very thin and it's delicately to put it back again. As you say that you spend $77.00 then do it. If for your own good. And use that touch pad again. I'm sure you're happy about that. Hope this tip might help you. Good luck!
Look along the top of the keyboard for an "f key" that shows a "touch pad" icon, IF you see it, press the "function key" (along the bottom of the keyboard) PLUS at the same time the "f key" (that you found along the top) and that should "toggle" the touch pad back on....
Also, IF you plug in a USB mouse that will allow you to move the cursor around--but the USB mouse doesn't fix your touch pad problem.
Hope this helps.
Uninstall the driver from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the touch pad and reinstall the drive automatically. If this doesn't work, check the touch pad connection, they will sometimes work loose ar get a little dirt/corrosion build up. The connection is under the keyboard. At this point, if it's still not working, then it has failed and will need replaced.