TOSHIBA SATELLITE C660D SYNAPTICS TOUCHPAD DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||30.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10|
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TOSHIBA SATELLITE C660D SYNAPTICS TOUCHPAD DRIVER
At this point you want to restart your computer.
Keyboard & Touchpad Troubleshooting
When the computer restarts, Windows will eventually try to re-download and install the drivers. This may not happen right away, sometimes it takes a while. Luckily you should be able to 'disable' the driver from the troubleshooter before that happens. Again run the troubleshooter and the "Asus Support Device" should now pop up as an option. Select it and run through the troubleshooter. If it's still there, uninstall "Asus Support Device" in device manager, under mice. Then return to step 4 and Toshiba Satellite C660D Synaptics Touchpad. Now you want to unzip the Synaptics file and run the setup. Once it is done, restart your computer again.
Now your trackpad options should correctly show up in the control panel "Mouse Options", and Windows won't replace the drivers anymore. I never knew what was causing it and in spite of trying all kinds of troubleshooting reinstalling drivers, running various DSIM commands etc. I could never fix it on demand and would Toshiba Satellite C660D Synaptics Touchpad go back to using an external mouse until the touchpad functionality would magically return after some period of time. However I recently started seeing a pattern. I believe the issue has something to do with the incoming voltage to the laptop.
I'm NOT an electrical engineer so this is just a guess! I would normally have the laptop plugged into a power strip. One time when the touchpad was inoperable, I plugged the laptop directly into a wall outlet for some unknown reason and rebooted, I noticed that the touchpad was working again shortly after.
Then at another time when I noticed I'd lost the touchpad again, I checked the power supply and found that the plug was pulled partially out of the wall socket. It was still getting power, because the battery wasn't draining but apparently there was something wonky about the incoming power supply. After I plugged it Toshiba Satellite C660D Synaptics Touchpad completely and rebooted, I got the touchpad back again. The last time I lost the touchpad, the laptop was securely plugged into the wall and rebooting didn't help.
If it works proceed to the next step. Did some liquids were poured over the keyboard? Keys pressed on the keyboard do not match the characters Toshiba Satellite C660D Synaptics Touchpad on the screen Reboot the computer by pressing and holding the power button until the unit powers off and disconnect any external devices e. If the external keyboard is working properly, it is possible the internal keyboard is defective, you should visit your local ASP.
Toshiba Satellite Touchpad Stops Working
Try to enable it with Fn-F9. Disconnect any external devices e.
If your touchpad works after removing all external peripherals, check every external component on failures. Verify if the error persists after a reboot of the machine.
Try to connect an external mouse if not already done. Check the touchpad settings in the "Mouse Properties" and enable the touchpad if it is coincidentally disabled. Remove your mouse from the "Device Manager" in the "Control Panel" and reinstall it with the latest driver available. The package provides the installation files for Toshiba Satellite C Synaptics Touchpad Driver This driver allows you to set the. The package provides the installation files for Toshiba Satellite CD Synaptics Touchpad Driver This driver allows you Toshiba Satellite C660D Synaptics Touchpad set the.