Touchpad on toshiba not working?
Whenever I boot up my Toshiba laptop, I can use the touchpad until I click on an icon. Then, the cursor freezes once the program loads. I can use the touchpad without a problem in Safe Mode. What can I do?
Kevin- thanks! It worked.
Click fn and click touchpad than click enable
Left Click button on my laptop is not working. Help!?
This is the first time it happened! I have Toshiba Satellite L510 and the left click button below my touchpad is not working also when I tapped the touchpad twice. The touch pad and the right click button is working though. I’m using mouse right now. Can you please help me guys? Btw, I’m a Windows 7 user. Thanks
You can always get a mouse for your laptop.
Left mouse click not working?
I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop,
Was surfing the net when all of a sudden the left click of both the touchpad and the left click button on my laptop both stopped working.
I have tried putting in an external mouse and everything works fine.
Anyone got any ideas of what the problem is and how to fix it?
Why don’t you just use the external mouse whenever you use it them?
My laptop’s touchpad is glitching?
I have a Toshiba laptop and everything on it has worked fine but now my touchpad is going crazy.
If I barely put my finger on it, the cursor shakes a lot and when I hover over an icon, without even clicking it, it clicks it. So it’s been clicking things I didn’t mean to click. Also when I move the cursor, it jumps from one side of the screen to the other & not in the direction I wanted it to go.
Try this website http://fixitcenter.support.microsoft.com/Portal/
Toshiba Touchpad Stuck?
I have a Toshiba satellite c6500 s5083 laptop. I cannot left click at all. I figured out it is because my left button is “stuck”. The button is not physically stuck, but the icon that shows me which buttons are down shows the left one is down, even though I am not touching it. I have resolved this before by tapping firmly on the touch pad, but this time I can’t fix it. I am using my mouse right now, but far prefer the touch pad. The touch pad still works for moving the cursor and right clicking, the drivers are updated, and It appears normally in device management. I have tried disabling and enabling it. I am using Windows 7 x64 SP1
Control panel mouse and try to set it if this does not work, install drivers and software and if this does not work replace the pad…