Some USB devices, especially any USB input device like a computer mouse, can make the touch pad disabled. For this, disconnect all USB devices, and then start the computer again to make sure no other device is disabling the touch pad.

If this fixes your problem, but the touch pad is disabled again, the next time you connect the device, check your touch pad software settings for a setting that can prevent this from happening. But even then if it is not working, feel free to come to us with your laptop any time.

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