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Go to your devise manager, right click on the my computer icon, look for the manage menu. In this Computer manager window look for "Device manager" Find your touch pad device and disable it in the properties menu.
you could try pressing the FN+F7 key once i believe this will enable or disable the touchpad
jusst have a look at the F7 key and see if it has a picture something like a small hand or finger pointing at it some laptops use the F9 key i believe
if this does not work
you could go to device manager
scroll down to find mouse/pointing devices
un install it then restart the laptop
hopefully when windows restarts it will find new hard ware
and install the touchpad correctly for you
Uninstall the driver from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the touch pad and reinstall the drive automatically. If this doesn't work, check the touch pad connection, they will sometimes work loose ar get a little dirt/corrosion build up. The connection is under the keyboard. At this point, if it's still not working, then it has failed and will need replaced.
The touchpad should be able to be disabled through the BIOS.
Restart the computer, then push F10 to access the BIOS - if F10 doesn't work, try the other function keys and possibly the ESC key. You should find the option to disable the touch pad within the BIOS settings.