My Netbook’s Keyboard and TouchPad isn’t working

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Hello, I have ACER Netbook. It's showing me TouchPad problem. The TouchPad isn't working properly. I checked inside my BIOS, OS and other Controlling Panels but found no defect. I think it's a hardware problem.

Is there any way to fix my TouchPad. One more problem is showing on Netbook. When i type on the keyboard, it starts writing automatically. I mean if i tap on the 'N' key it starts writing 'N' rapidly and continuously until i tap another key.

Please someone help me. I am having huge problem with these TouchPad and keyboard. My Netbook model is 'ACER Aspire D55'.

 

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My Netbook’s Keyboard and TouchPad isn’t working

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  • By seen your definition I think it might be hardware problem. But you must have to make sure that there is no software problem. So run virus scan software and scan full computer. Remove all viruses and restart your computer. Then see is it working or not.
  • You can uninstall the driver software of the keyboard and restart your computer. Give some time to windows for detected and install the driver software automatically. It will work.
  • Try to use other keyboard and mouse on your PS2 or USB port. If it is working then that’s hardware problem. Take your notebook to service center.
Answered By 0 points N/A #119269

My Netbook’s Keyboard and TouchPad isn’t working

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With your keyboard, maybe the rubber matting underneath it has already damaged and broken that is why the button just drops down and stick below because there is no more force from the rubber to push it up again.

I don’t know if there is an available replacement for the rubber matting of laptop’s keyboard but it will help if you let a technician examine your laptop. If I’m right about the damaged rubber matting, a temporary solution is possible using a tough adhesive to stick the damaged part.

But it’s only a temporary solution because it will wear out soon because of the hard texture of the applied adhesive.

About the touchpad, I think that’s the part that has a serious problem. It is attached to the laptop’s motherboard. I don’t know if it can be removed and replaced. Usually in desktop CPUs, when the broken device is attached directly to the motherboard, there’s no hope of repairing it instead the whole motherboard is replaced.

For best results, bring your unit to a qualified technician to see if it can still be fixed or not. But for the meantime, use a USB-type mouse as replacement for the touchpad.

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