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Re: laptop touchpad HELP!!!!
Go to your manufacturer website download driver as per your 'Service tag no.' (which you can find on back of lap).
But before installation goto Start->control panel -> mouse -> Device Settings and make your touch-pad enabled.
If you got this rightway, then need not to download driver click on ok and enjoy. In other case you have to download driver and re-install it. Before re-installation please un-install the previous driver if you have any.
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Either your driver for touch pad is missing or flex cable of your touch pad is disconnected. Check in Device Manager if your driver for touch pad is there, if that part is fine then you have to open your touch pad and reconnect the flex cable.
eMachines E725 has a built in switch to toggle the touchpad on or off
by the touch of a button. Look at the button to the left of the main
power switch. You'll notice the icon looks like a hand touching a
rectangle - or touchpad. if this button is lit up, the touchpad is
turned off. simply press the button to toggle the touchpad back on. The
light on the button should now be off.
It's that simple.
If you are using XP, check your mouse settings under Control Panel. Make sure that your Touch Pad is enabled. If it is but it still won't work, have a mouse plugged into a USB port that will work correctly. Then download the latest driver from the Acer site for your touchpad. Uninstall the driver that is currently being used by your system. Then install the updated driver that you downloaded. This should allow you to use your Touch Pad. If not, you may have to take your laptop in for servicing.
some laptops have a switch that turns off the touch pad (usually a button right on the topside of the touchpad)
did you reboot completely? full shutdown, then power on?
goto the device manager (with a usb mouse of course) and find the touchpad... delete the device... then reboot again it should try and find the touchpad and ask for the driver, point it to the directory that you have the driver located.