On Satellite M40X touchpad does not work perfect
I can still move my cursor with the touchpad, but when I key touchpad with my finger to open or select an item that no longer works. The two buttons below the touchpad working ok. I tried to reinstall the driver but it does not solve the problem.
First, you need to check the settings for the Touchpad in the mouse properties
You'll find Advanced tab use the advanced feature
Now you should see a lot of settings that are responsible for the use of the touchpad.
Do a preview. If all the settings are ok, well in my opinion, the touchpad is broken and you need a new.
In this case, you should contact Toshiba service in your country.
Satellite A350 Touchpad does not work ok (unstable system and left button not loaded).
I tried to make the driver but nothing. No problem drivers (conf system). I have the driver for the touchpad stroped and with an external mouse everything is working properly.
What should I do? Don't you think it's hard or soft the problem. * The touchpad is NEVER worked.*
Thank you, and sorry for my bad English. :-(
The touchpad does appear in Device Manager or you have here yellow exclamation points?
Like Akuma says you can enable or disable the touchpad with FN + F9 key combination.
Did you check that?
In the worst cases, you must go to an ASP. It seems to be a hardware malfunction, and this must be checked by a technician of the laptop. Here, you can search the nearest ASP:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported downloads & => find an authorized service provider
I have a Satellite P300D-131 with Windows 7 64 bit. The touchpad does not work.
Activation with Fn + F9 has no effect. The device manager says that the device is functioning.
Who knows the reason? Could be a driver problem.
Where can I get a driver appropriate? I already searched the Download Center of Toshiba software without success.
On this virtual path, it is not easy to offer a diagnosis in order to answer your question may be some speculation on the possible reasons.
In your ad, it is not clear since when you have this problem.
I installed Win7 64 bit on several laptops P300 and everything was ok.
Since when you have this problem? I can't imagine touchpad doesn't work all the time since when you use Win7.
It is interesting that I ve seen that Windows update offers updates of the driver Synaptics listed as optional update. Perhaps you have it installed?
Did you install driver touchpad of Toshiba download page? If Yes, have you tried to remove it and test the features?
Does touchpad work in safe mode?
Open the properties of the mouse and check if peripheral is enabled/disabled?
Hey guys, so after installation of a mouse on my computer wireless toshiba laptop, all seemed well. but all of a sudden after a few days, the touchpad didn't work properly and she also at times, the keyboard disfunctioned so.
I went to Device Manager and found that there was a problem with the ALPS touchpad. Wen I try and update the driver, what it comes up with an error code «10» even after uninstalling the wireless mouse, the touchpad is still infunctionable.
Ive read through a lot of forums but none has been a great help, I tried system restore my computer and opening to a date prior to installation but there was also a problem with the system restore because he could not because of the error 0xc0000022.
my last attempt was to remove the ALPS touchpad driver and reinstall. I downloaded the driver from the internet and I tried to reinstall, but it came up with error code = 0 x 00000103---> a touchpad error.
ATM im quite lost and in need of great help!
This computer is also only 2 month old running on Windows 7.
Error code 10 means that this device cannot start properly because of the issue of the register
Usually a update/new installation driver should fix it, but in many cases, this does not work because of corrupt registry
I have no idea why the wireless mouse software touched the touchpad feature but it seems that the new OS installation can be useful
But before beginning a new installation, try to clean the registry with CCleaner or another cleaning tool
Maybe you are lucky and new installation is not necessary
I got a replacement charger for my Satellite P205 but put it has A 4.19 instead of 3. 95 has, they said that it didn't matter, but since I use the charger, I have the following problems:
-Does not load properly and turns off after an hour.
-The touchpad has a mind of its own when the charger is connected (windows opens if hovering over button, through the screan jumps when I try to move it, freezes and disappears)
-Charger Word to say the laptop plugged in but not charging
What can I do to remedy these problems, the laptop works perfectly when the charger is not plugged in?
See you soon!
I guess that the touchpad worked correctly in the past with the former sector adapter.
Is this good?
Well, it seems that these questions are related to the new power adapter and I would recommend using a 100% compatible adapter.
Check the AC adapter s old part number and if the issues could be resolved using this adapter.
Recently bought a computer laptop a200 toshbiba of second hand and the touch pad for the frist week or two worked very well.
And then began to get hard to use, as lethargic, now it wont even move at all.
I reformatted computer and who did not.
So I think the touchpad itself may have disappeared?
Any suggestions and if yes, how would a new touchpad?
see you soon
You mean that the touchpad no longer works?
Have you used the Toshiba Recovery disk to recover the device?
You use the latest version of the BIOS?
Please check this and if the latest BIOS if available, please update this
Well, it could also be a hardware problem
And in this case, the touch pad needs to be replaced
It is delicate and must be done by an ASP (partner) in your country
PS: the touchpad can be ordered as a local ASP.
I had recently installed Windows7 32 Bit there is almost a week on my Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5934, and now the tablet to the PC no longer works.
I was reduced to using an optical mouse on my computer. I've updated all my drivers and firmware etc on the windows update software and still I have not been unable to get the touchpad working. Windows 7 had installed the driver of synaptic for the touchpad pointing stick, but im guessing that he needs a special Tosiba firmware to recognize the touchpad for this model. What should I do to get the touchpad working again?
Here are the specs of my model:
PC x 86 ACPI
64-bit AMD Turion X 2 processor
ATI Radeon 3100 graphics card
Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad
I installed Windows 7 on my Satellite Pro P300 and touchpad works properly. The OS is naked and I didn't install any additional touchpad driver.
I have a Satellite A200, I use a wireless USB mouse all the time. My touchpad to work even when I had plugged USB but now it has stopped working altogether. I don't find the location to see if it has been disabled somehow. Can someone help me?
My A200 is also turn itself off at any time while I use it. I read a few steps at the beginning that said it may overheat. I have my camera plugged in all the time and always have the battery as well. I leave also my phone on most of the time as well. I have notieced that the wind box side can become quite hot as is the area of the touch pad. Overheating would cause these two questions? Need some advice please as soon as I'm ready to throw Toshy away.
First the touchpad can turn on or off using the FN + F9 key combination. Check this box!
I also using an external mouse all the time but this key combination only works for in-house so it s worth a try! ;)
With regard to the problem of deactivation if could be a problem of overheating of course. The laptop must be cleaned periodically, and I do every 3 months for example because I use my laptop every day. I m always asked how much dust comes out if I clean it with a jet of compressed air. I followed the instructions in this document:
I recently had a problem with my laptop touchpad.
The little icon in the toolbar that displays the status of the touch pad indicates that the touchpad is used even when it is not.
There also some time did the same for the left click button.
I tried to change settings in the control panel and tried to update the driver (windows tells me always upward even if this isn't so far!).
Because the touchpad think he used this effects my LT performance! Any clues guys.
Oh and Fn + F9 turns off the TP but the indication remains the same.
Have you tried to use the touchpad the touchpad driver free? You should be able to use the touchpad without driver also, but you will have all these additional options.
Can you please test?
What model of laptop you have exactly (A300-xxx)?
I have a problem with my touchpad.
When I start my computer, I can use my touchpad, but when I wait 10 min, I can't use my touchpad, but in the option says my touchpad is active.
Sorry for my im gramma German: S
Can someone help me :)
Even if the icon in the Task Manager shows that the touchpad is enabled, I would still recommend that you check the ON / OFF touchpad functionality using FN + F9.
In addition it is worth updating the touchpad driver
You can download the latest driver of page European driver Toshiba
I hope that the update might help you!
Satellite C850D - touchpad does not work after the initial start-up. Will not answer keys F5 or F9.
Don't let me even use the recovery disc. Once I go to the first page of touchpad and mouse to
You can use the USB attached external mouse?
Please check this...
Also FN + F5 (or just F5) would enable and disable the touchpad.
In which case it won't work, please try to reinstall the driver for the touchpad.
The driver can be downloaded from the Toshiba UE driver page.
I recently bought a 2nd hand Toshiba Satellite x 200-219. Had some problems with it that I have overcome now, except one... The touchpad does not work as it should. I think that the cable has been damaged at some point.
So I'm wondering if I should use the same ribbon cable to connect the keyboard to the motherboard or can I get one of a different model of PC Toshiba laptop?
I tried searching on the net for advice but have resulted in nothing so thought I would try the forums.
Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
I think you can use the items to the satellite X 205 series since this seems to be the same series as X 200:
Found some related parts the touchpad:
Satellite X 205 / X 200 touchpad Board with cable: reference number: K000047950
Satellite part number for the TOUCH PAD FFC X 205 / X 200: K000047980
But why you n t come into contact with a Toshiba authorized service provider in your country and order the part necessary and compatible?
I have a Satellite C50D-A0302, PSCGWF part number.
I use Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS Pangolin specific to this topic, but the touchpad does not work so well.
How can I get the right drivers for the touchpad?
How do I know if the touchpad is Synaptics or ALPS, so I can get the correct drivers?
As you probably know Toshiba does not support Linux and does not offer Linux drivers.
All about you Googling can find many Linux forums. Try to find useful information here. I mean you can exchange your experiences with other people who are fans of Linux and experts, so I assume that you can get help here.
I installed Windows 7 on my Satellite Pro A200-1 s 1, recovered all the drivers on the Toshiba site, everything works fine (less than the webcam that doesn't work even with the previous s.o. XP or Vista...). But my Touchpad does not work... No Fn + F9, no drivers, nothing works. And in my control, Manager of Panel devices seem to be going well.
You reinstall the driver for the touchpad?
Also check if the option disable touchpad when USB mouse is connected is not checked. That are in the control panel-> mouse-> device settings
Yesterday I disassembled my Toshiba Satellite U400-18f to clean dust fan, I unplugged all the cables except the cable touchpad I tried to pull up, but nothing happened, so I went back just as it was before.
My laptop worked fine except the touchpad does not work!
So please someone know how to unplug this cable so I can fix it...
There must be some problem with contact. I recommend to unlock touchpad wire, put it back in place and simply lock again.
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