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Touchpad is not working - TOSHIBA Satellite A135-2386

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My touchpad starting to behave erratically this morning. The pointer was not moving in the direction(s) I was moving my finger along the touchpad. Now, it has stopped woring altogether. What can I do? Please help!

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  • naynayuhl Mar 24, 2008

    My touchpad just stopped working this morning, for no reason....I have tried everything....trying to navigate the computer without that or a mouse is extremely difficult! I have deleted the driver then reinstalled it. That didn't work...PLEASE Help!!

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    In the Battery mode my pointer works well but with the AC connected it seems to stall on the screen

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    How do I make my touch pad move the page up when I move my finger up on the touch pad? It now move the pages in opposite directions than I am moving my finger up or down.

    I have a 6 month old Toshiba Sataelite L75D-A7280 With windows 8.

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Hey there... :D

Could you try the Fn+F9 Key to Disable/Enable your touchpad mouse?

Because just now i've experiencing the same problem as you guys... and turns out I can make my touchpad working just by pressing the Fn+F9 key.

Note: if your Fn key is not working try installing Toshiba utilities for A135 called FlashCard, run the program and there will be a dropdown menu at the upperside of your screen...
then click on F9 >> and choose Enable.... Thats It... :)

I hope it also solved your problem... :D

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Could be the palmrest connector isnt making a good connection inside.Try using an external mouse in the PS2 port to navigate till you figure out the problem.

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