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MY BUILT IN MOUSE ON LAPTOP DOES NOT WORK ONLY ON EXTERNAL MOUSE I CAN USE LAOTOP

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  • paulgrisw0 Oct 04, 2010

    your solution did not work i had to use cntrl funtion f9 and hit misc buttons then built in mouse and remote mouse worked together you can charge me if you want to thankyou......paul

  • paulgrisw0 Oct 04, 2010

    no,it did not solve the problem cntrl function f9 and hitting keys at random worked now external mouse and internal mouse works

  • paulgrisw0 Oct 06, 2010

    i did that 2 days ago on my own, thanks anyhow

  • paulgrisw0 Oct 06, 2010

    your solutions did not help i did the fn f9 2 days ago and my touch pad is enabled now what? is there a 4th option? i will be happy to pay any fee but i dont accept your solution, so you can charge the

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Assuming that your touchpad is enabled (hold the Fn key and press F9), do the following:

1.Power cycle your laptop. Turn it off, remove the battery, put the battery back in after 30 secs and turn it on again.

2.If this does not work, uninstall and reinstall the driver for the touch pad.

  • Go to Device Manager
  • Click on the + sign right next to Mice and Other Pointing Devices.
  • Right click everything listed under Mice and other Pointing Devices and Uninstall.
  • Go to Toshiba Support,
  • Click DOWNLOADS and choose your laptop model
  • Refine your search.
  • You will see Driver Touchpad. Click on it to download.
  • Restart your computer.
Let me know if this has been helpful and make a comment if you need further assistance.

Thank you!

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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    Jose Cada Oct 06, 2010

    It is possible too that the connection from of the touchpad to the keyboard is loose. If you are not comfortable opening up your laptop, I suggest to take it in for a service.

    Cheers!

  • Jose Cada
    Jose Cada Oct 06, 2010

    I am sorry for the misunderstanding on my part. Glad to know that the touchpad is now working.
    Thank you.

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The drivers for the builtin mouse may have got corrupted. Please reinstall it. Please go to Control Panel->System->HW->Device Manager->Pointing Device. Here select the mouse and delete it. Roboot. And go again to the same place and from Menu select Action->Scan for new HW. Windows will reload the drivers for the mouse.

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- This is a laptop, yes?
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Unplug everything except the power cord, including the following:

Speakers
Printers
Scanners
USB devices
Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs)
USB flash drive or other external storage devices
External Monitor
External Keyboard
External Mouse
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