This subreddit is suitable for both Office warriors and newbies. I am however having freezing issues with Windows 10. It did work under Windows 8. I had hoped I wouldn't have to do a full teardown to address this issue, but ultimately that's what I ended up doing. I even did the Hard drive fix.
Comments or posts that are disrespectful or encourage harassment of others including witch-hunts of any kind are not allowed. However, there is no Elan option all the way to the right. However, there is no Elan option all the way to the right. That's the very important part. All it says is hardware, then when I click on the hardware the disable option for the mouse pad is gray and I am not able to click on it. First up, set the speed of your cursor. While it's a bit of a daunting task considering that pretty much the entire laptop has to be disassembled and a number of fragile ribbon cables need to be removed and reattached, ultimately the fix makes using the laptop much more enjoyable.
To compare the before and after is impossible. So far nothing has worked. However, there is no Elan option all the way to the right. Revive a dead touchpad If your laptop doesn't feature a touchscreen display, then you will need a mouse to revive a disabled touchpad. Yeah, mine was saying that too. Try it again and follow the steps exactly and make sure you're clicking the new window that pops up instead of the first one. I am also having the same problem with my Asus after I updated to Windows 10.
In any case, I have found as others have also stated that removing all of the crap minus the ribbon cable that connects the touchpad and buttons has majorly helped to make the pad work better. Any body has the resolution? If you need to disable the touchpad for some reason, you can also download the touchpad drivers for the laptop which work fine for me. Now, click the Windows Icon, the click Settings. Still, it's worth checking if your touchpad is acting up. It would be greatly appreciated! The more common occurrence is where your the touchpad on a new laptop feels finicky or skittish, registering unintended gestures while failing to recognize your intended swipes, pinches, taps and clicks.
Still I have problem of cursor Jumping around. A couple days ago I read elsewhere about the touchpad problem and got the item about opening to the moodpad to solve the problem. The tape on the bottom edge of the bottom of the touchpad was covering up a couple of ribbon cables for the buttons, but is completely unnecessary. A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. Recently, I saw some of these posts indicating the issue might be a hardware issue, and I started looking at the easiest way I could try some of the posted solutions. If issue still persists post back with current status of your computer and result of the proposed suggestion, we will be happy to assist you. But now the auto-switch off function works again, and the fn+F9 button quick switch as well.
A program run as part of the setup did not finish as expected. So far nothing has worked. Now, generally if I just wait or switch to my external mouse for a few seconds the touchpad will come back and start working just fine again. The download link is here need to accept the license first - 3. When I lift my wrist, relieving the pressure from the case, the touchpad sometimes resumes normal function.
It did work under Windows 8. I used some rubberized foam tape that I had here, and I used it to act as a spacer and keep the touchpad base from touching anything else internal. To make a long story short, I pulled all of the tape off and to also ensure that the touchpad wasn't touching anything else on the interior of the case I put a couple of pieces of foam tape in the case around the touchpad not touching, just to prevent the touchpad internals from touching the chassis. It did, however, exhibit a new failure mode. Could it be that the touchpad is defective? I can use the mouse with an external mouse, but not the touch pad.
It would be greatly appreciated! It did work under Windows 8. You should look into mouse and touchpad settings then select hardware. I tried utilizing the advice you posted. Sometimes, however, even with my wrists both held high off the case, the touchpad still fails in one of two modes: 1. It keeps reporting back the same error message: There is a problem with this Windows Installer package.
As for the wedge option, I did try that also. In fact, I cannot change my screen brightness at all, even through the windows 10 display settings or side menu. Please help von Hi, Ivan. . It was the full disassembly and thorough cleaning of the bottom of the pad that ultimately fixed the issue for me. So far ive had no issues with the mouse having a mind of its own, but certain spots on the touchpad die out on me still. Before the update there was an option to have the touchpad automatically turn itself off if an external mouse was connected - and the option worked perfectly.