My Laptop Touch Pad Is Not Working
Are you using a laptop? Laptops are portable computers. They are flexible and cheaper than desktop PCs. Laptops are made of hardware and software components. They have the similar hardware components such as a desktop PC. Laptops have hard disk, processor, RAM, cooling fan and etc.
Laptops have inbuilt web cameras and inbuilt speakers. Some computers have bluetooth adapters. Your desktop computer must be operated with the help of a mouse. But in laptops you have touch pads instead of mouse. Do you use your laptop’s touch pad or a mouse to operate your laptop?
Most modern laptops come with a touchpad mouse built into the computer. If you've tried to use the touchpad and the mouse pointer on screen is unresponsive, chances are that you or someone else has accidentally disabled the touchpad using one of the Function keys on the computer. To fix an unresponsive touchpad on your laptop, reactivate it using the Function key on the keyboard. This process is different for each computer manufacturer.
Locate the "Fn" key in the lower right or left corner of the laptop keyboard. The "Fn" key typically has different colored text on it or the key itself is a different color.
Locate the function (F1 through F12) key at the top of the keyboard that disables or enables the touchpad on the laptop. The key typically has an icon that resembles a touchpad with a finger touching it or a touchpad with a diagonal line through it.
Press both the "Fn" and touchpad Function key simultaneously to reactive the touchpad on your laptop. Move your finger along the touchpad to verify that it works. Press the combination at any time to disable the touchpad again.