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Lapptop touch pad not responsive

When I use my toshiba laptop I cannot get my cursor to move with the touchpad. Even with the mouse, it is not always responding. I have a college paper due today for summer school. Please help -

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  • jcalltheway Jun 24, 2008

    touchpad still unresponsive. I have went to control panel. The device states that it is working normally. I have even tried disabling the touchpad and then re-enable it, but it still doesn't respond. I can move around windows via the tab and alt keys no issues here.



    My email address is james.carter102@verizon.net



  • chimpnze Jan 22, 2009

    Toshiba Satellite A300-259 frozen Mouse -
    In trying to clean up the laptop using the Registry Cleaner and DLL Junk Cleaner in Ultra Wincleaner 2000 on this WinXP laptop I may have caused this problem, or may not
    Any Help Appreciated.


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Hii srm-mom ....
see jst fallow wat i m sayin....
go to start option>control panel>printer n other hardware>mouse
here u can set urs mouse speed n urs mouse pointer....
if u r not able to see ny mouse pointer choose diffrent pointer..
if irs mouse speed is slow u can increase it also...
try dis tell me.....
dis settting for windows xp nly....
if ur usin vista same as it but sm diffrent..
thanks...

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