The laptop's touchpad is not working properly, how can I get it working again?
If only some of the touchpad features do not work properly (scrolling, pinch to zoom, etc...) click here to learn how to change the touchpad settings for specific features and gestures.
If none of the touchpad features work properly, make sure it isn't turned off (disabled). There are multiple ways to enable or disable the touchpad. Which one works on your computer will depend on your model. See the following article for more information:
If enabling the touchpad does not help, try uninstalling the touchpad driver and rebooting your laptop to reinstall the driver:
If that doesn't help, try manually downloading the newest touchpad driver from the Toshiba Support site. Use the "Touchpad" filter as well as the filter for your version of Windows. Most newer Toshiba laptops use the 64-bit version of Windows.
Once that's done, check Windows Update for updates as well.
If reinstalling the driver does not resolve the issue, try performing a system restore to a date before the issue occurred.
Check the following articles for information on performing a system restore:
Windows 10: How do I perform a system restore in Windows 10?
You may also want to try a power cycle. Shut down your laptop, remove all accessories, and unplug all cables. This includes USB sticks, SD cards, and the power cable. If your laptop has a user-removable battery, remove the battery. Hold the power button for 30 seconds, then reconnect the power and battery (if you removed it), turn on the laptop, and try again.
If the touchpad still does not work properly, the laptop could require servicing. For more information, contact customer support.
For more information, see this video:
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