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Depends if you are talking about the touchpad or a mouse you added. If it's the touchpad, you might have pressed the button to deactivate it. It is either near the touchpad itself or on one of the F? keys and you need to press a combination of the Fn key and the F? key with the touchpad icon. If it's a wireless mouse, check your batteries, check the on/off switch under the mouse. Try unplugging the receiver and plugging it into another usb port. Try somebody elses mouse also. If it really doesn't move at all, your laptop might be frozen, you can check this by pressing the windows key on your keyboard and if the start menu appears, it'S not frozen and you need to check your mouse or have your laptop serviced.
Perhaps the driver software it is corrupted. reinstall its driver software. if you can't use the keyboard, use a usb mouse for the operation. if the problem still exists then maybe your touchpad is faulty, please check it. let me know if it works or not.
Check the device status in the device manager.
Please check if the keyboard and touchpad are listed correctly without any yellow exclamation marks.
But you should try to reinstall the drivers again even though the keyboard and the touchpad were recognized properly.
In this case I would recommend removing the keyboard and the touchpad
from the device manager and then you should reboot the notebook once
After Vista has rebooted the both devices should be recognized again and should work. To find the drivers try asking the online chat at toshiba for the driver if its not listed in the driver download page.
add an external mouse/keyboard to fix the onboard fault.
check the device manager for any yellow exclamation marks. as there may be a faulty or corrupt. keyboard/mouse touchpad driver.
other option, is to add remove touchpad drivers, and re-install.
finally, you could check if the settings are correct in the bios.