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Report Babyoftheyar- Oct 2, 2014 11:04PM Thank YOU!!!! Go to the synaptic touchpad icon, click or right click.... Report Anon guy- Oct 27, 2014 06:17PM Hit CTRL + ALT + DEL .... Sign in to make your opinion count. have a peek here

Was the information in this document helpful? Report alanf- Jun 10, 2014 10:15PM it worked thanks! All of the other keys work with the fn key. it was driving me crazy.

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drmutt1369 1,189,379 views 2:41 How to- Factory reset almost ANY Toshiba laptop. - Duration: 3:03. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Try to connect an external mouse if not already done. (which has been verified working properly) and check if the error persists.

Sign in 43 Loading... And people who know their stuff (or so it seems anyway). What should I do? Toshiba Satellite C55 Touchpad Not Working Report Donnapie- Nov 9, 2014 03:30PM Wow, my Toshiba Satellite mouse pad had been frozen for nearly a week and was anticipating a costly repair when I came across this page

Unplug everything except the power cord (AC Adapter). 4. Toshiba Touchpad Not Working Windows 8 Helpful +1 Report Lee Jun 9, 2014 11:00PM I have try many things but till not work on my laptop. I was worried abt my new toshiba lap touchpad .. LaptopRepairHelp 41,437 views 6:11 How Disable and Enable the Touchpad using Windows 8 - Duration: 1:16.

Report hannahj- Nov 11, 2014 09:15PM Ctrl+F5 worked for me, FN+F5 didnt work, I have the satellite p55w Toshiba Laptop! Toshiba Satellite Touchpad Not Working Windows 10 Grrrrr - anyway I'm going to have to write down Ctl + F5 for future reference. If the touchpad still does not work correctly proceed to the next step. 5. Thanks, my touchpad has not been working for the past 4hr an I keep restarting it.

Toshiba Touchpad Not Working Windows 8

keyboard, printer, USB-devices, etc...) and reboot the machine. that worked Report Mir007- Apr 28, 2014 06:02AM Fn + f9 Report Happy- May 2, 2014 07:51PM Because I already had my function keys enabled, just f5 did it for me. Toshiba Laptop Mouse Frozen Try to make a Bios update with the help of an external keyboard (if it is working) and check if your internal keyboard is working after thisfirmware update. Toshiba Touchpad Not Working Windows 10 Meditational State 1,864,045 views 11:14 Loading more suggestions...

With this layout, the touchpad can be re-enabled using the F5 key or FN+F5 keys depending how the keyboard is configured. http://amptools.net/not-working/mouse-pad-laptop-not-working-toshiba.html These can be found here. it works fine Report Anon guy- Oct 27, 2014 06:22PM Hit CTRL + ALT + DEL .... Report WenH- Oct 4, 2014 03:12AM Thank you. Toshiba Laptop Mouse Pad Not Working Properly

Remove your mouse from the "Device Manager" in the "Control Panel" and reinstall it with the latest driver available. Mouse cursor is moving erratically on touchpad input During heavy system load Report shiv- Sep 8, 2014 11:48AM super it is working Report Kunle Adegboye- Sep 11, 2014 11:16AM For the Toshiba A305, Fn F9 is what solves the problem. that works! Check This Out Being a member gives you detailed monitoring of your requests.

It worked for me. Toshiba Satellite Touchpad Disabled FN + F5 didn't work but your suggestion did. Depending on when you purchased your notebook the function keys could be shown as follows:Keyboard Layout 1 (Windows 8 & 8.1 Notebooks).

Report vinoth- Oct 4, 2014 08:02AM its working, thank u Report Heather- Oct 4, 2014 10:58AM Satellite you're a genius.

That fixed it & saved me tons of frustration! Report SR- Mar 23, 2014 08:01AM CTRL F5 did the trick for me Report mani- Apr 2, 2014 07:06AM thank Report Cher- Apr 2, 2014 01:38PM Worked for me!! Found device settings and clicked enable. Toshiba Satellite Mouse Pad Not Working Windows 10 Thank you for any help provided.

Thank You! Loading... Report john billy- Nov 24, 2014 09:36AM scribbler you r really a life saver all above tricks and solution didnt work but u saved my time thankx a lot Report Triple this contact form go to task manager...

and press End Task. Thank you!!!! FN + F5 did not work for me. Your problem should be solved.

Check if the error persists; if not then probably one of the external peripherals is causing the error. Did some liquids were poured over the keyboard? Go to the synaptic touchpad icon, click or right click.... I have been sitting for weeks in the belief that I ruined it when I cleaned it!

Instructions on how to download and install drivers can be found here.If you have tried the options above and this still isn't working you may need to consider booking your computer Turn off the computer (when the touchpad does not respond hold the power button down for up to 15 seconds to turn off the computer). 3. Report Gabi's Dad- Nov 6, 2014 10:34AM WOW! Your problem should be solved.

Report q- Oct 30, 2014 08:03PM thanks ctrl f5 Report peter- Oct 31, 2014 05:11AM thank you so much Report Muchos greets- Oct 31, 2014 01:09PM Thank you! Report tim- Nov 9, 2014 04:40PM Lol thanka Report sunny bobby- Nov 13, 2014 12:27PM thankx a million, it worked Report ajbir- Nov 13, 2014 01:52PM u are osum thnx Report Pls help me., :( Report kahsay- Nov 28, 2014 01:04AM FN+F5 works for me thanks. Hoped this helped :).

Toshiba shall not be responsible for the topicality, correctness, completeness or quality of the information or software provided. In the case the mouse cursor does not stop wandering after a short time try to disable the Touchpad with Fn-F9, if the cursor is still movingis probably a hardware failure F5 is the button to lock the touchpad. I don't think anyone is stupid for not knowing simple means to Reset the Mouse to Mouse Pad, though - because there is no logic to thinking that these two keys

Does that make sense? Report Naomi- Mar 6, 2014 10:22AM The fun + f5 didn't work but thanks to the last comment the Ctrl+f5 worked!!!