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If the touchpad worked well before and suddenly doesn't work any more, it is most likely it was stopped by pressing the key combination FN F7. To be sure please press the same combination again and check if it works.
If it still not work, please check if the touchpad drivers are installed on you netbook. To do so, please open device manager. (opening the device manager could be done in more different ways, e.g. click START button and, depending on your operating system enter devmgmt.msc in the Run box for windows XP or in the Search programs and files box in windows 7). Now, under mice and other pointing devices you should find your touchpad. If the touchpad is not listed in device manager, drivers for it have to be installed. Drivers for your netbook's hardware are on the acer support page.
Check if you accidentally locked the touchpad through the keyboard. If it is not locked, try to boot to Safe Mode and check if it responds, if not, just try to reinstall the operating system. If it still doesn't work then it needs repair.
If the touchpad does not responds then make sure that the touchpad lock switch (just above the touchpad) is not turned off.
If this doesn't work,Restart the computer and repeatedly tap the F8 key (you need to press F8 before windows starts to load) You should see a menu "Select Last Known Good Configuration" and press Enter.This should solve the problem if not,try to download the synaptics drivers for any of the Mini 1000 series laptop edition as you have a Mini 110. It does works.