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You can restart your laptop (or force it to restart by pressing the power button for some seconds), and see if it works. If it does not work, you can use corded (USB) mouse to check the touchpad driver in the Control Panel.
Media touch? Are you talking about a Touch Screen? If you are talking about an application that you want to run, then if the button that launches it does not work, go look inside the program list to run it. Click Start/Programs and look for what ever it is you are trying to run. It's in there somewhere, believe me.
I believe Acer has a special key combination to reactivate the touchpad... using the Function Key (Fn). If not that, there should be a program on startup which puts an icon in your toolbar at the bottom of your screen. Click that icon for all your options. Failing these solutions... try deleting the hardware in control panel/system/hardware/device manager/mice and other pointing devices, reboot to see if it now working as it should (USB mouse disconected-of course!)
you have to enable eigther Daul Display in display properties or Cloned display. Most laptops have a funtion key (Fn) on the keyboard and an F key (usually F4) that toggles this funtion. the F key will have a picture of a screen on it.