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I turned off the touchpad on My Toshiba Satellite m55-s329 laptop which disable the mouse and keys to function. So I had to hard start my laptop. When it turned back on my screen was blank (black). The usual startup screen (toshiba and then Windows XP) did not happen. And now my computer wont work. You could hear it start up but nothing else happens. Please help

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Please connect a USB Mouse and keyboard then power on your laptop it will boot your win xp then re enable your touchpad by going to device manager. It will work.

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SOURCE: HOW TO ENABLE TOUCHPAD ON TOSHIBA SATELLITE PRO M15-S405

Press the Fn and F9 keys, that should turn it back on. Let us know if that solve your issue and please dont' forget to rate this posting.

Posted on Feb 09, 2007

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SOURCE: Touchpad Sensitivity - Toshiba Satellite M55-S329

If you have any dust or food particles in the cracks between the touchpad and the laptop, be sure to clean those out with a can of pressurized air. Those will sometimes cause the touchpad to think you are touching it on two places at once, which will make the touchpad jump all over the place.

Posted on Feb 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Toshiba Satellite Pro M200 touchpad - Altering the settings

remove the reference to the touchpad in the box that refers to the pointing device. select "other" and connect a USB mouse, slow it down and all should be ok

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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SOURCE: toshiba satellite L505D GS6000 mouse freezing

reinstall the driver for the mouse touchpad

Posted on Feb 23, 2010

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