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Question

Earlier today I opened up my T510 for maintenance. In doing so, I removed the keyboard. After putting everything back together, the TrackPoint/TrackPad, mouse and all mouse buttons did not work.

 

I had not removed the TrackPad. I then removed the keyboard several times to make sure that it was properly installed and connected and to check for physical damage - there was none.

 

The keyboard is working though.

Answer

This could be a result of a cable latch being incorrected secured. 

 

This workaround was contributed by a member of the community:

The TrackPad is connected to the motherboard through a cable labeled as a speaker wire in the Hardware Maintenance Manual, which is visible after removing the keyboard bezel and TrackPad from the system.

 

There will be a small latch to hold this cable in place and connect it to the motherboard. 


Check that the secured and unsecured states for this latch are in the right positions. 

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sunil143

hai my keyboaed buttton cant work properlylike at