12-20-2011 12:33 AM
For some reason the media buttons or touch sensitive buttons above the keyboard are not working. The volume works but none of the others do. I am unable to turn my wifi on because of this. Please post solutions! thanks.
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12-20-2011 05:09 AM
Sometimes resetting the computer fixes that. With the battery and AC adapter removed, close the Power switch for 30 seconds.
Re-attach those, press the Power button to turn the computer on, and then immediately press the F2 key while the Toshiba logo is displayed. Press F9 to restore the BIOS default settings, press F10, and then select Yes (Exit Saving Changes). The computer will restart.
Always tell which Satellite M645 you have when you post here. There is a label on the bottom.
12-20-2011 08:54 AM
i followed the instructions, but did not get any results. the touch buttons are still unresponsive, besides the volume control, none work. Any other suggestions??
12-20-2011 09:30 AM
I managed to find the solution. I download Toshiba Value Added Package(v1.3.19_64; 09-30-2010; 48.16M)
Everything is back to normal it seems. Thank you for getting back to me so quickly and i will definately come back if any more issues come up.
03-13-2012 02:47 AM
i have the same problem i have a m645-s4110 i tried both ways and did not work, restting the bios turn the led' lights on while the computer was booting but when i loged in they went back off, and when i downloaded the say software the he did it did not do anything
07-10-2012 11:41 AM
Mine is M645- S4063 and the media buttons and touch pad had failed... I solved the touchpad by reinstalling the driver, but the touch panel only works the volume keys and nothing else. I tried the reseting with the battery off, I tried installing the value added package, but all nothing works for me... any help here?
07-16-2012 06:52 AM
I had the exact same problem with my media buttons, only the volume worked and my wifi was stuck on off. I downloaded the TVAP (Toshiba Value Added Package), specifically the flashcard driver for my specific model. I had to uninstall the current one first and then reinstall the package afterwards. What kept messing mine up was AVG registry cleaner, it took a couple months of doing that over and over til I found the culprit. So hopefully this info will help, I learned it the hard way. P.S.............Norton360 Registry cleaner does not mess it up..Go figure.