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02-Jan-2012, 03:01 PM #1
Touchpad Doesn't Work on Toshiba Laptop
On my Toshiba Satellite L635 laptop, the touchpad is not working anymore.
The usual function key (Fn+F9) to activate/deactivate the touchpad doesn't change anything as well as the small button in front of the touchpad.
I checked the driver in the device manager and the touchpad driver in located in the hidden devices with the following error:

"This device is not present, is not working properly, or does not have all its drivers installed. (Code 24)."

I checked in the BIOS and the touchpad is activated
I tried to deinstall the driver and reinstall it from toshiba website with no sucess
Thanks in advance for any help
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10-Jan-2012, 06:38 PM #3
If you delete the touch pad in the device manager and choose rescan ... can it find the touchpad... If it find... then I would say may not 100% Dead.... but may have conflict with other driver or software... Do you remember when this happen ... if within one week can you try to use System restore...?
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