I have a x205-s9810 and the keyboard and touchpad stop working when starting the before vista starts the keybord works i tried rolling it back and the recovrey disc to factory out box settings and software and nothings works is this a problem with vista because thats my next step is to reformat
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I don't remember for sure what key for sure its but its one of the function keys I think maybe f5 or f8 restart comp hold key down restore will pop up if it is not one of those keys just keep trying all the f keys till you find the right one
If you put the old hard drive back in your system and it works fine, log onto Toshiba's web site and download the updated drivers, firmware and BIOS. It is really easy to do. Try this linkI hope it helps.
if you mean to replace a screen i advise you have a specialist do it as many things could go wrong and by doing it yourself you have no protection from error, if a techie does it its his A$$ that replaces it if he messes up
Check the device status in the device manager.
Please check if the keyboard and touchpad are listed correctly without any yellow exclamation marks.
But you should try to reinstall the drivers again even though the keyboard and the touchpad were recognized properly.
In this case I would recommend removing the keyboard and the touchpad
from the device manager and then you should reboot the notebook once
After Vista has rebooted the both devices should be recognized again and should work. To find the drivers try asking the online chat at toshiba for the driver if its not listed in the driver download page.
Debbie, I can't find anything on this that would cause it with a keyboard command. Lets do this; lets roll back the system to the last restore point before your one year old confused us both. LOL....
Click on Start Menu and then select HELP & Support
in the search box type SYSTEM RESTORE
when the options come up look for RUN SYSTEM RESTORE WIZARD and follow the prompts to the day before the issue was created, or the closest date available before the problem.
When the system rolls back we will see if that fixes your problem. (It's not as scary as it sounds)
Let me know if this works for you! //Don
Have you attempted to use an external mouse? - USB - if so does that work?
if it does - Click on START - Control Pannel - Keyboard (& Mouse Respectively) - Click on the hardware Tab - Select the relevant Key Board, Click on Properties - this will give you a device status - if is is not working properly - click Trouble shoot & follow the onscreen instructions. - If is "Working Properly" click on Drivers - check your driver is updated, or roll back.
If you happend to be on a server and the keyboard and/or mouse have stopped responding - you will need to restart (The Server). Ensure that the Keyboard and mouse are on PS2 connections and not USB - the Severs do not like USB Connected Comms Devices. I have found if there are wireless mouse's &/or Keybourd's &/or any USB connected Mouse/Keyboard, they tend to somehow interfere with each other (i.e. the sever with one of the terminals) - only remedy I have ever managed to make work is restart.