Touchpad Stopped Working, Nothing Seems to Fix it - Aspire A515-43

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  • egydiocoelhoegydiocoelho ACE Posts: 87,238 Trailblazer
    I would try to disconnect the lithium battery and touchpad from the motherboard:


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  • Jericho99Jericho99 Member Posts: 15 New User
    I would try to disconnect the lithium battery and touchpad from the motherboard:


    That seems a bit extreme.  I'd rather not go that route.
  • Jericho99Jericho99 Member Posts: 15 New User
    JackE said:
    >>>JackE said:>>>It's FN+F7 to turn it on if BIOS function key behavior is set to normal function key in the Main tab.>>>I don't have an option in BIOS for that.>>>

    Double-check Bios MAIN tab for function key behavior option. Press Ctrl+S to see if it appears like as shown below for this model.




    It is set to media key like in the screenshot.
  • JackEJackE ACE Posts: 37,133 Trailblazer
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    Then change it from "media key" to "function key" behavior. Then press F10 to save settings and exit the BIOS menu. Then try FN+F7 again to turn touchpad on. If still no joy, shut down Windows normally. Turn it back on and try turning it on again with FN+F7.
    Jack E/NJ
  • Jericho99Jericho99 Member Posts: 15 New User
    edited June 25
    JackE said:
    Then change it from "media key" to "function key" behavior. Then press F10 to save settings and exit the BIOS menu. Then try FN+F7 again to turn touchpad on. 
    You are the man!  That worked!  :D

    Thanks everyone for the help.
  • JackEJackE ACE Posts: 37,133 Trailblazer
    Congrats. Thanks for reporting back. :)
    Jack E/NJ
  • Jericho99Jericho99 Member Posts: 15 New User
    JackE said:
    >>>JackE said:>>>It's FN+F7 to turn it on if BIOS function key behavior is set to normal function key in the Main tab.>>>I don't have an option in BIOS for that.>>>

    Double-check Bios MAIN tab for function key behavior option. Press Ctrl+S to see if it appears like as shown below for this model.




    It is set to media key like in the screenshot.
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