Question about Gateway CX2724 Notebook
After taking my Gateway CX2724 to the Geek Squad idiots (biggest mistake in my life) I recieved my laptop back with either the keyboard nor touchpad working. I assume it is an unplugged cable. I was able to get the keyboard replugged according to the hardware manual that comes on the laptop. But I cannot figure how to get to the touchpad. In addition, when I was plugging the keyboard in, other cables were also unplugged. , So far, the only thing that I cannot fix on my own is the touchpad. I didn't want to tear open the laptop without having something like an exploded view or directions. Please help!
You should be able to see the touch pad connector with the keyboard off. Also, make sure the touch pad, sometimes referred to as the synaptic pointing device, drivers are istalled and working.Try this link it should help, it has breakdown diagrams for most models.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
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