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How to enable my toch pad in my laptop toshiba,i enabled it ,how to fix that

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SOURCE: HOW TO ENABLE TOUCHPAD ON TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO M15-S405

Press the Fn and F9 keys, that should turn it back on. Let us know if that solve your issue and please dont' forget to rate this posting.

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Go into setup routine and enable wi-fi.Save and exit. Usuall you have to press delete or some other key when first turned on,to get into the setup screens and BIOS.

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SOURCE: how can i enable the num lock on a toshiba laptop U305

On some laptops you have to hit the Fn + num lock..

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SOURCE: how to enable my bluetooth on my toshiba laptop

Most of the time when you go to Start - All Programs - Toshiba you will see Bluetooth. This will be there if you have the driver installed. Also, make sure that the Bluetooth logo is on the bottom of the laptop to make sure that your model was built with the Bluetooth chip in it. Sometimes you can also find the bluetooth icon on your taskbar and by right clicking on it you will bring up the "enable" option. You may also want to go into your control panel and see if the icon is in there. The shortcut to get to the control panel is "Start" key then press the "c" key. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Toshiba Satellite.C655.enable.space.bar

Hook a external keyboard, if okay! problem with the laptop keyboard. Try a system restore and bring the computer back to a earlier time before this happened, just might work. The keyboard can be disabled from the bios setting I don't see how it can be done any other way.

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You can re enable touch pad easily, some models of Toshiba has a switch between touch pad and space key, or you can enable it by pressing fn key and f9 together (or you can find near to it )

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FN + F9 should enable / disable the touchpad goto control panel - mouse - and see if you can change disable/enable touch pad from there Otherwise post back what windows version you have
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you can enable and disable the touchpads Touchpad: - to enable or disable a touch pad/pointing device from the Start Menu > control panel > Change to classic view - {on left hand menu} click on the mouse icon Mouse Properties dialog box, click "Device Settings tab" select the device click to Enable or Disable OR You may need to enable in the bios/setup menu - as the PC boots - you should get a message on how to get into the bios/setup - usually using F2 or DEL Key or F10 see if touch pad needs to be enabled there OR one of the F keys may disable/enable - depends on the model of the Laptop - toshiba sometime use FN+F9 key

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I'm not sure please try pressing Fn+F9 (or try Fn+F8 or Fn+F7)
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HOW TO ENABLE TOUCHPAD ON TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO M15-S405


Press the Fn and F9 keys, that should turn it back on. Let us know if that solve your issue and please dont' forget to rate this posting.

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