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Click Start/Control Panel andlook for the Mouse and open it to check the mouse properties. Make sureyou don't have the touchpad disabled.
Some models will allow you to toggle the touchpad on or off by clicking on thebutton that is located at the top of the touch pad in the middle.
Some models will allow you to toggle the touchpad by tapping twice in the upperleft hand corner of the touchpad.
Some models will require a keystroke to toggle the touchpad. Press andHold the ALT or FN function key located at the lower left portion of thekeyboard, then hit the key that toggles the touchpad. The correct key tohit will have the icon of a finger pointing at a square that represents thetouchpad.
Download and reinstall the touch pad drivers.Get online and got towww.google.com In the google search box type: "Dell Support"(without the quotes and put your manufacturer name before Support). Lookfor downloads and drivers. Enter your model number and operating system whenrequested. Download and install the Touchpad drivers.
go to control panel, mouse &pointing devices check advavced settings if all are ok go to system, hardware, device manager,mice & other pointing devices check that there no conflicts click on troubleshoot if you still have a problem buy a corded or cordless mouse that will connect to usb
If the keyboard itself is a fault, new ones are not expensive and with a (decent) set of small screwdrivers, the case is not difficult to open for access and the keyboards are equipped with a plugin flat cable for connecting.
Aspire 5630 (and others) keyboard