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Toshiba TouchPad Not Working

I have a Toshiba Satellite A210 M5 but the touchpad is not working.
I've tried to fix it by reinstalling the mouse driver but still not working.
I cannot find the Toshiba TouchPad ON/Off utility even it's showed in the
control panel.
Can you help me fix this problem.
Many thanks,
Thomas

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Tap on the touchpad or click on the top rightand if that does not work it is defently the hardware or software

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