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    Acer Touchpad Not Working

    by 06causticczarina ·

    I have an Acer D255-N55DQkk that came with a confusing Chinese version of Windows 7. I switched it out for Ubuntu which is when the loss of touchpad began. Just went to Mint hoping it would gain me a better access to a solution… Touchpad doesn’t work. Not even after using the F7 attempted solution. Needing suggestions
    Thanks in advance.

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      Re: touchpad

      by kees_b ·

      In reply to Acer Touchpad Not Working

      See if you can find a touchpad driver for Ubuntu or Mint for this laptop. Or use a mouse.

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      I’d try the Mint and Ubuntu forums.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Acer Touchpad Not Working

      I just use my USB mouse since it’s my preference.

      Sometimes these laptops have you change a BIOS setting but no documents so any guess if USB Legacy setting can help.

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      by Willjoe24 ·

      In reply to Acer Touchpad Not Working

      You need to re-enable your touchpad to be able to use it. To re-enable your touchpad: On your laptop keyboard, press the Fn key and the F6 or F7 key (the function key with a touchpad icon on it) at the same time. Then check to see if you’re able to use your touchpad.

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