Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
Try to power drain the laptop first.Turn off the machine, unplug ac adapter and remove battery.press and hold power button for 10 secs then put the battery back and plug ac adapter if needed. turn on the computer and check if touchpad is working if not then check touchpad settings in taskbar, check if touchpad is disabled if not or if there is no icon there go to device manager(right click on mycomputer->properties->device manager)and look for driver for touchpad under mice and other pointing devices.If driver is not there then you have to reinstall the driver. If you have the disc from the manufacturer of the system then run the disc and install driver or if not go the manufacturers website and then download he driver from there.Make sure you restart the machine after installing the driver for it to work properly, also check if the laptop has a button to enable/disable touchpad...some laptops has that kind of feature...Cheers!!!
Posted on May 15, 2010
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