Re: plzz, i want solution laptop toshiba satellite A100
I have laptop Toshiba sattellite A100, I use window xp I have two partition C and D, and when I use recovery cd the partition combine together only one partition c and all data in Drive D have lost, so I want to know that how can I get all data in drive d back?
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Touch Pad setup with the usb mouse installed for easy navagtion
check the device manager for mouse mouse and other devices
look for nthe touch pad label
look see if it is running ok and enabled.
Make sure it is.
Go to control panel open the mouse icon
touch pad mouse properties
Here is where the controles for external and internal mouse settings will be found.
The rest is up to you
i'm going to assume you are tryign to unlock the mouse pad to use it again.
on the keyboard there is an Fn key. This is called Function. then there are either gray or blue alternate pictures and words on some of your keys. along the top on the F keys you can fidn one that looks liek a picture of the mouse pad. this is usally F3 on those.
hold down the Fn key and hit the F key that has the correct picture. this will reenable the mouse pad
Connect another mouse to the computer and see if that is able to move the cursor. This will tell you if it's the mouse or trackpad that is having trouble, or if it's the computer/software having the trouble.
The switch for most toshiba satellites is on the right side of laptop. it is a small slide switch. on others It is a small circular button on the front of the unit below and to the right of where the pad is.
Toshiba Laptop Mouse-pad Screen Resizing is annoying. Here is the solution. Go to: Control Panel < Mouse < Device Settings <Settings (middle of page right box) open it and look at menu on left top and select Pinch Zoom and disable it. The pinch zoom re-sizes the window bigger or smaller . This is what happens when you have you left finger on the mouse-pad while scrolling with you right, its doing the same thing as re-sizing the image like one does on a i phone using index finger and thumb.
It might be that your palm is brushing across the intel touch pad (mouse pad) as you're typing?.. try holding down the function key (Fn) (on the lower left corner of the keyboard) while pressing F9 (this activates the "Toshiba Flash Cards Menu" and is a keyboard shortcut to toggle off/on the touch/mouse pad. You can turn it back on this way too. I almost always use a conventional USB mouse with my laptop for this reason and because it's faster than fiddling around with the pad, IMHO).