I never thought this could happen, but suddenly, the touchscreen on my Chromebook stopped working! Good news, there’s a way to fix it:
- Brush off any dust sitting on the screen using a cloth, not your hands!
- Click the Esc button numerous times on the keyboard.
- Drum your fingers lightly on the surface on the Chromebook screen for 10 seconds. This makes your Chromebook familiar with finger pad contact again.
- Power off your Chromebook, and turn it on.
*From experience, my touchscreen was back to normal after the first two steps of this procedure! However, for special cases, this is what to do if the problem still occurs:
5. Restart your Chromebook with a hard reset.
6. If the touchscreen is not working under a certain account on your Chromebook, LCPS or personal, delete the account and re-add it.