I own a Toshiba Satellite C660, (Of course :P) Anyways. Today I was just doing what I usually do on my laptop,
when suddenly the left mouse button stopped working. (Bare with me, this is very weird to explain xD!) Also I cannot "Left click" On my touch pad. I can still move the cursor around with the touch pad, and right click with the right button.
I've tried lightly shaking it incase of crumbs, or something. Although I never eat around my laptop. It's not hard to push like there would be something under it, it just doesn't work!
In a sum up, I can't left click. But I'm able to move the cursor and right click, Odd!
At the moment I have my USB mouse plugged in from my computer and it works fine, but is very annoying!
hey, i have the exact same problem as him but don't know what to do it just randomly happened when i was using ma laptop fine one sec then the mouse kind of frooze abit and suddenly no left click i went to settings and switched primary and secondary buttons so now right click does what left click should do but its annoying so i bought a mouse ....help
Looks more like touchpad hardware problem.
If the touchpad button would still not work after setting the system back to factory settings, then you should contact an service technician who would replace the touchpad module.
You can set the notebook back to factory settings using a HDD recovery procedure or using the Recovery disk.
Recovery disk can be created using the Toshiba preinstalled tool called Recovery Media Creator. But this info can be found in user manual…. Did you read it?