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My toshiba touch pad has just stopped working although I can still move the pointer, can you help please?

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You may have disabled it by accident. You can confirm this by pressing the FN+ the corresponding function key along the top of your keyboard. Look for one that has the symbol of you touchpad on it. For me it is F9. Your's might be different.

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