Laptop touchpad replacement London
DC Computer Repairs provides on-site services
for small businesses and home users in London
Laptop touchpad problems
We can repair or replace, at your place in London, damaged laptop touchpads for all brands and models and we also do MacBook Pro repairs.
For this kind of problems it is a good idea to call us first to check some very simple things that could help solve the problem over the phone.
- Which laptop brands do you fix
- Completely damaged touchpad
- Touchpad cursor does not work
- Liquid damage or partially working
- Mouse cursor jumps intermittently
- The cursor is responding slowly to the touch
- Arrow cursor does not move at all
- The cursor moves around by itself when typing
On-site touchpad repair or replacement
- We repair HP, Dell, Toshiba, Sony, Lenovo, Samsung, Acer, Asus laptops
- Disabled or hardware connection problems
- Laptop dis-assembly, repair or replacement
- Faulty mouse pad replacement
- Computer is slow or touchpad is faulty
- Software problems or cable connection faults
- Possible palm rest or touchpad damaged connections
- Damaged mouse, Wi-Fi adapter or missing drivers
Same day onsite computer repairs
More about laptop touchpad problems
Most of the jobs can be completed at your place in London in one and a half hours or can be picked up FREE of charge and delivered on job completion.
General touchpad problems are very common and usually, depending on your laptop model, not very expensive to fix.
After talking with you and having a better understanding of your computer or laptop problems, all the repair costs will be explained and agreed with you before booking the job.
We will always keep to the price agreed and for any changes you will be notified and to the best of our abilities we will offer you different repair options to match your time and budget.
There can be different reasons why the laptop touchpad is not working properly.
Anything from wrong Windows software and drivers configuration to hardware connection problems or completely damaged parts can result in the cursor not moving an inch.
The good news is that everything can be checked and either repaired or replaced at your place in London.
It is a very common problem among all laptop users. The problem can be repaired as long as the liquid did not burn the electronic connections under the touchpad or did not damage the motherboard touchpad connector and any other related parts.
All of this can be checked and if possible repaired. Worse case scenario is that the touchpad is completely damaged and it has to be replaced but even that can be easily sorted out at your place in London.
Generally this indicates a completely faulty trackpad that needs replacement. It is rare for something like this to be caused by a connection problem but as we always do we will first check your laptop or MacBook and then do the necessary repairs.
Usually this is caused by pressure being applied from under the touchpad. If the laptop had been dropped one of the parts inside the laptop could create this extra pressure or the touchpad may be faulty and it has to be replaced.
This problem needs to be checked carefully. Sometimes when the mouse is slow to move and then fast again it can indicate a faulty trackpad but if the cursor and the computer or laptop are both slow then most likely the problem is caused by a problem with the computer rather than a fault with the touchpad.
This problems can be checked at your place in London and based on the results we can advise you what it is best to do to repair the problem.
Possibly it is disabled from the function keys. Usually the mouse does not stop without having some other problems before that.
This is generally a software problem caused by missing touchpad drivers or software. We can help fix this kind of problems at your place in London.
This is a very common problem as well and it generally happens when we type very fast and touchpad without realizing it. It is better to check this first instead of booking an appointment but if you think that there is a problem with the touchpad then you can always book an appointment or talk with a technician
Many times it happens that the mouse is disable by mistake by either using the function keys incorrectly or by pressing he disable touchpad button usually located around the touchpad itself.
So before you worry too much look at the function keys at the top of your keyboard, the keys that start with "F" and identify the mouse F key.
Some laptops have it, some do not but most do.
If you have managed to find the key with an icon similar to the touchpad or a mouse notice its color and if it is the same as the function key then do this:.
Press and hold the function key, located on the bottom left side of your keyboard, on the left side of the space key and then press the F key for your touchpad.
If the cursor or trackpad was disabled you will see that the cursor starts to move again.
But if the above does not help that give us a call and we will sort it out