Normally on most Tosh notebooks there is at least one screw that holds the keyboard in place from the underside of the notebook, once that is removed there are either small retaining clips that can be gently pushed with a small plastic tool of some sort or the plastic bezel above the keyboard clips off and there are screws under that...
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You have a bad keyboard, which probably happens to this model because the keyboard connector cable gets folded (by design) and over time, well .... that did it. To get at the keyboard, remove the power button cover above the keyboard (lift up), then remove the 3 screws holding the keyboard down (Left, center, right), then you'll be able to get the model number of the keyboard to look for a replacement. It shouldn't cost over $20 on eBay.
first check the batteries inside the mouse they might be low, if that didn't work then try that muse on a different pc to make sure whether it is form the wireless mouse or from your workstation (windows problem or driver corruption).
I have the Toshiba PA3705D-1ET1 keyboard.
I experienced the same thing: keyboard working, but not the touchpad. I reinstalled all drivers that I could think off, but nothing helped.
What actually did work for me was: remove the batteries of the keyboard for 10 seconds, then put them back in (while PC is turned on). Also ensure that the batteries are full and that you are in range of your PC (let's say less than 4 meters).
you have a couple of options here 1st try this go to start then my computer and right click on my computer then go to properties than look for device manager scroll down to where it says keyboards and open it right click on the one one showing your keyboard and look for remove and click on it it will ask you if you want to remove it from your system press y after it is done you will have to restart the computer once the computr is loaded there will be a found new hardware pop up on the taskbar and it will tell you about the keyboard let this finish loading and it will tell you that your device is ready to use or it will tell you that there was a problem and it may not work properly hopefully this works if not please please let me know and i will give you the other options ok best regards mike
I had the same the problem. The cause was a corrupted encryption code. That is why only worked the keys that don't require encryption. 1) Install the Logitech software and restart. 2) The software will tell you to press CTRL-ALT-F12. This procedure resets the keyboard encryption and tells you to enter a new code. 3) If you already had the software installed simply press CTRL-ALT-F12 and follow the above procedure.
Once I take the keyboard apart, and brush off the 3 plastic layers underneath the keyboard, it works fine. There are 14 screws on the back that you need to remove, a couple of them are hidden underneath warning / instruction stickers so you have to feel for them and cut the stickers off with a knife.