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Acer Aspire 5315. Mousepad won't respond, not even the buttons. ALPS pointing device says it's working properly.

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Calm down, press Fn + F7.

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This has happened to me also. if you find a solution, please can you tell me what you had done.

many thanks

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

  • nooney_04 Jul 23, 2008

    press and hold the ' fn ' button and press f7



    it worked 4 me!

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This has happened to me also. if you find a solution, please can you tell me what you had done.

many thanks

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