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My touchpad will not turn on. I have tried power reset with power plus center and tried reloading website too avail - nothing works I even tried a new battery - nothing... Any suggestions???


The touch pad of laptops can be disabled by a sequence Fn+Fx key. On my Toshiba it is Fn+F9. It can also be disabled/re-enabled from the touch pad configuration panel.

Oct 07, 2013 | Dell Inspiron 1545 Notebook

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Touch pad stopped working on laptop toshiba C855 M29 SATALLITE


Try Shutting down, unplug, remove battery, plug in reboot. Have you done ALL your Windows and Toshiba Updates? You can find a user manual here: http://www.toshiba.co.uk/innovation/download_manuals.jsp

Mar 31, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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I want to disable the touchpad and use the external mouse exclusively


Some laptops don't have dedicated buttons but you can use Function keys (like Fn + F5 on Dell computers) to toggle the state of your touch pad. In the case of HP laptops, you can hold the top-left corner of the touchpad for few seconds and it will disable the touch pad - repeat this to re-activate it.

New laptop computers either have a physical on/off button to easily disable the touch pad or there's an icon in the system tray that lets you manage the various settings of the touchpad. If you don't have that icon, you can go to Control Panel -> Mouse Properties -> Touch Pad to enable or disable the touchpad.

The touch pad can also be disabled through the device manager. Type devmgmt.msc in the Windows Run box to start the device manager, expand "Mice and other Pointing devices", right-click and disable the driver entry that says Touch pad or likewise.

Hope this information will help.

Your response is very much appreciated. Thank you for using Fixya...



Sep 30, 2011 | Toshiba Satellite P305DS8836 Notebook

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Touch pad does not operate. have uninstalled and reinstalled correct driver and PC device manager says device is working properly with no conflicting programs. generally, the pad did not really operate...


Hello,

it is possible that the touch pad is disabled. Check control panel to actually confirm.

Since your touch pad is not operating, you will need an external mouse to perform this task.

Here is what you have to do to check if the touch pad is disabled.

Turn on your laptop, wait till it boots completely.

Click start,

Scroll to Control Panel select Control Panel.

Under control panel, (you will find a Mouse icon), click Mouse and a dialogue box will pop out.

On the dialogue box, click "Device settings".

Under device settings, you will find "Synaptics Touchpad..."

Highlight the "Synaptics Touchpad..." by clicking on it once, then click enable.

By now the mouse pad should be enabled. Apply the changes for it to take affect.

If the above doesn't solve the problem, try performing system. System restore can help to back date your computer to the time when the touch pad was working....

Go to Start > All programs > Accessories > System tools > System restore. Read and follow instructions.....

If the two solutions does not work, please let me so that I can further help you.

Yours sincerely.

Elect_Comp.

May 26, 2011 | HP G60-120US Laptop

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The arrow on the mouse kepts junping around ?


You are probably using a laptop with a touchpad. What is happening is that your thumbs are touching the touch-pad as you type and the cursor is jumping around. Solution: disable your touch pad. You can go to Start > Control Panel > Mouse > Touch Pad > Disable

Another solution is to go to the Dell website > Support and Drivers > download and install the Synaptics Pointing Device driver and disable your touch pad using the options in this new driver.

Oct 15, 2010 | Dell U0636 Mouse

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My new laptop touch pad scroll is not working. pl tell me the way how to activate.


First uninstall touch pad driver then reinstall.
Also check in control panel that your touch pad scrool is not disable.

Aug 18, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Shut off touchpad


Most pc's use a program named symnaptics touch pad. Go to the control panel, select the mouse tab then mouse properties and device settings (select disable). Here you can disable the touch pad. I would recommend you have a usb mouse up and running prior to doing this procedure (saves tons of headache).

Aug 07, 2009 | Panasonic Toughbook-19 Tablet PC

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Disable alarm 1999 dodge intrepid


HOW DO I MANUALLY DISABLE THE ALARM FOR A 99 DODGE INTREPID

Jun 14, 2009 | 1999 Dodge Intrepid

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Touchpad on my easynote is enabled, how do i disable it?


Pressing F6 on your laptop will disable the touch pad or one of the F keys that has a picture of a finger.

Mar 22, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Touchpad


You can go to the Control Panel (Select the start button and then either "Control Panel" or "Settings" and then "Control panel") and double click the Mouse properties icon.

Then you can select the "Device Select" tab and check the box marked "Disable Touch Pad when USB Pointing Device is present."

That is also where you can permantly disable the touch pad by simply selecting "Disable Device" and "Disable Button"

Hope that helps.

Jul 09, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv4155cl (EC321UA) PC Notebook

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