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You could have locked your mouse pad, try turning that off first. You can find this by looking at the keys in the highest row. It will be F4 and when you click it, the computer will tell you if it’s on or off.
 
If that doesn’t fix it then the mouse pad may be dirty and need to be cleaned. Dust away any dirt with a cleaning duster. Then, take a computer cleaning solution and spray on a cloth. Wipe the cloth across and the touchpad until any stickiness is off.
 
If these don’t fix your problem, then the mouse pad may need to be replaced.
 
If you're still confused, then check out the [[https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_C55D-A5201_Troubleshooting|ToshibaToshiba Satellite C55D-A5201 Troubleshooting|Toshiba Satellite C55D-A5201 Troubleshooting Page]].
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You could have locked your mouse pad, try turning that off first. You can find this by looking at the keys in the highest row. It will be F4 and when you click it, the computer will tell you if it’s on or off.
 
If that doesn’t fix it then the mouse pad may be dirty and need to be cleaned. Dust away any dirt with a cleaning duster. Then, take a computer cleaning solution and spray on a cloth. Wipe the cloth across and the touchpad until any stickiness is off.
 
If these don’t fix your problem, then the mouse pad may need to be replaced.
 
If you're still confused, then check out the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_Troubleshooting_page|Toshiba[https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_C55D-A5201_Troubleshooting|Toshiba Satellite C55D-A5201 Troubleshooting PagePage]].
If you're still confused, then check out the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_Troubleshooting_page|Toshiba[https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_C55D-A5201_Troubleshooting|Toshiba Satellite C55D-A5201 Troubleshooting PagePage]].

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Edit by: Kari Byrd ,

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You could have locked your mouse pad, try turning that off first. You can find this by looking at the keys in the highest row. It will be F4 and when you click it, the computer will tell you if it’s on or off.
 
If that doesn’t fix it then the mouse pad may be dirty and need to be cleaned. Dust away any dirt with a cleaning duster. Then, take a computer cleaning solution and spray on a cloth. Wipe the cloth across and the touchpad until any stickiness is off.
 
If these don’t fix your problem, then the mouse pad may need to be replaced.
 
If you're still confused, then check out the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/Toshiba_Satellite_Troubleshooting_page|Toshiba Satellite C55D-A5201 Troubleshooting Page].

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You could have locked your mouse pad, try turning that off first. You can find this by looking at the keys in the highest row. It will be F4 and when you click it, the computer will tell you if it’s on or off.

If that doesn’t fix it then the mouse pad may be dirty and need to be cleaned. Dust away any dirt with a cleaning duster. Then, take a computer cleaning solution and spray on a cloth. Wipe the cloth across and the touchpad until any stickiness is off.

If these don’t fix your problem, then the mouse pad may need to be replaced.

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