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The leftand right buttons work but i would like to use my touch pad to click

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Try pressing the FN+F7 buttons together.. This enables / disables the touchpad

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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SOURCE: laptop touch pad, left and right click buttons not working

Go to Toshiba website and download the touchpad driver, and reinstall it again

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Mouse touch-pad

Click Start > Control Panel > Mouse > Device Settings (tab) > Settings (right hand side, immediately under the white box with your touch pad device listed)

Select "Tapping" on the left and make sure it is enabled.
If tapping was enabled, go to "Sensitivity" on the left and adjust the touch settings.

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Posted on Mar 31, 2009

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SOURCE: touch pad not working correctly

If u are having Synaptics Driver....then
check that Tapping is enabled...

follow steps to know that:
Open Control Panel..
Now Open Mouse
Now click on tab "Device Settings"
then Click on "Settings"
a new window popups
Click on "Tapping" which is listed on the corner of the window
Now after clicking on it...on the right...check that there is "Tapping Enabled or not"
if not...click on that White box...
and Apply
then ok
Done :)

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Sorry 4 my english!

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: my touch button at bottom of touch pad doesnt work

My 5100 left button got stuck in the down position. I wiggled it to get it back to the the normal/up position. Then I put some 'scotch' tape on the button and over the frame around the button. The goal is that the tape will keep the button from going in too far. I haven't had to change the tape in six months.

Good Luck,

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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