What can I do if laptop touchpad not working Windows?
To use Windows without a mouse, touchpad or other pointing device is extremely inconvenient. In fact it is a real challenge, which is not recommended for people with weak nerves. However, what you could do if the touchpad on your beloved laptop suddenly stop working? Few options – let us briefly consider them.
Although this sounds like the most simple and obvious solution, many it is often ignored. Sometimes, a simple restart may solve the problem.
You should also make sure that the touchpad is included at all is a step you must take before attempting to fix the problem by restarting. Many models allow you to manually activate and deactivate the touchpad with the buttons that you could press by accident. Most often this is done by pressing the function keys (F1 to F12 at the top of the keyboard) and a special button, which is usually indicated by the symbols Fn.
To quickly determine what key is responsible for turning on/off the touchpad on your laptop model, please note the icons that appear on all function keys. Typically, manufacturers use a very clear symbol (e.g. an icon that looks like a touchpad), but sometimes there are strange, confusing the symbols.
The exact key combination for activation and deactivation of the touchpad, you can find the manuals to your laptop or in the technical support section on the website of the laptop manufacturer.
Sometimes, however, the problem is more serious than just randomly pressed keys. It’s possible that the touchpad is disabled in the settings Windows.
If you are using Windows 8 or 8.1, press <