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For ASUS, just uninstall existing Smart Gesture software/drivers from Control Panel and install the latest version for Windows 10 from here http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=smart+gesture To work with Windows 10 you need Smart Gesture 4.0.5 or 4.0.6. These are the only ones designed to work with Windows 10. Just installed 4.0.6 on ...


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Windows 10 | Asus Touchpad Solution: Click on settings, a box will open, In right top corner type in "mouse touch pad" in the search box A box will pop up, click on advanced settings Another box will pop up and click on disable. Make sure your wire less mouse is on and working before you hit disable. Problem solved..the touch pad is now dead to me : ...


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I finally sorted win-10 scroll direction with the Synaptics Clickpad SMB driver v 19.0.12.95 (HP Envy laptop): Regedit Find HKLM/SOFTWARE/Synaptics/SynTPEnh/ZoneConfig/Win8/2FVerticalScrolling Set the value of UserZoneFlags to 1 (is 65 if reverse scrolling is ticked) I also changed same in HK Current User. Checking back it looks like the HK Current User ...


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Try entering chrome://flags in your adress bar, searching for Enable touch events and setting that dropdown to Disabled. Recent versions of chrome do strange things on some pages that rely on detecting touch capabilities. Honestly I don't know why, but disabling touch events usually fixes the issue. You'll be left without touch support though, which may or ...


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http://www.sony.co.uk/support/en/content/cnt-dwnl/prd-comp/SPDTPD-00267239-0042_6293/SVS1511C5E Try downloading this driver and installing as usual even though its a 8.1 driver.


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In Windows 10, if you click on Window icon in bottom left corner then go to /Settings/Devices/Mouse & Touch Pad/Additional Mouse Options/Mouse Properties (this popup window comes up behind main window).... There is a check box to turn off touch pad if USB mouse is attached. Just disabling it will only work until you shut down your computer. This is ...


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Try the following, which worked for me for the same problem on another flavour of Linux: # modprobe -r psmouse && modprobe psmouse


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You are missing the latest drivers for your keyboard hotkeys. Visit the vendors site and download new keyboard hotkeys driver for that model. Make sure they are for Windows 10 and the appropriate 32/64bit versions to match your PC. It may be a good idea to uninstall any existing hotkey drivers or software you have have had installed previously before ...


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I had the same problem in my windows 10, 64bits. So this is what worked for me: 1.- Go here http://www.asus.com/Notebooks/X44H/HelpDesk_Download/ 2.- Select Windows 8, 64 bits 3.- Download (Synaptics Touchpad driver) 145.15 MBytes. And Install it usually. 4.- When the install is complete, restart Windows. 5.- After Restart windows, on screen will ...



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