First of all, thank you very much. I don't really understand now, but at least the touchpad is working now. After upgrading to Windows 10 everything was fine for 2-3 months, but 3 days ago scrolling on the touchpad stopped working. The laptop is an Asus R556L Win 10 64 bit. It came with Windows 10 installed. Do you have any idea what to do? This holds true for every setup page except for the last — the last page in the Windows 10 repair installation process is arguably the most important. There is no much information about Remote Link other than this.
Downloaded Smart Gesture for Windows 10 from above given link 4. Now everything with the touchpad works fine. Unfortunately for me I did not get to your site for a day and a half! New touchpad gestures in Windows 10 In addition to the standard gestures like to tap to click, two finger tap to right-click, and pinch to zoom, the following new gestures are available in Windows 10. The site provides a step by step instructions to download and install the desired drivers. This error happened after using safe mode in Windows 10. I have Asus Transformer book flip tp300ld. I have to uninstall smart gesture then reinstalled using the link that you provided and it worked.
When enabled by required software, the touchpad component is recognized by computers and all developed features are made accessible. The Device Manager always shows an Asus Support Device not Asus Touchpad. Scrolling issues all fixed which is a big plus. I installed this driver and all went back to normal. How do I disable the stupid tapping???? It is driving me crazy. The Settings page comes with a set of tweaks for scrolling and zooming.
So in my hands the only condition to make this model working was: a. I tried Revo uninstaller to make sure Smart Gesture was not installed already. A big big thank you. The touchpad simply responds to one finger for basic pointing and clicking, but no scrolling with two fingers etc. Windows trackpads are one of the biggest criticisms that users have when it comes to modern laptops. But scrolling on the touchpad is very fast and three fingers does not work. It took about 15 minutes all told what with the 4 restarts necessary.
I have tried all of these downloads, and none of them are resolving this. After last update yesterday it just stopped working and I have fixed it after reading your article. What you need For most users, just getting the drivers below is all you need. I appreciate you for providing details about the issue and we are glad to assist. Hi Estebons, in August 2016 I moved back to Norway, and revisited my local dealer where I bought the machine.
Put the shortcut in your Startup Items folder so it always runs at startup. Note that you might get options to turn on or off touchpad gestures if your laptop is not equipped with precision touchpad. Save the file and make a shortcut to it. Your file downloaded and whala! Try the following methods and check if it helps: Method 1: Run the hardware device troubleshooter and check if it helps. Will try a little bit, but I fear it is a hardware problem. See instructions on how to start. If you are unable to boot into Windows 10, you will not be able to reinstall the operating system without losing system files.
Nothing, I am very sad now. Step 4: Here, under Touchpad section, if your notebook is equipped with precision touchpad, you will see options to turn on or off the touchpad as well as touchpad gestures. Within Windows 10, open the Settings application by clicking on the Start menu. Suddenly I realized the touchpad scroll was not working, but the touchpad did work basic features. I could not find anything related to scrolling regions for Asus touchpads and or other settings. For Razer Blade owners, however, I recommend having a wired or wireless mouse on standby as the process temporarily kills the trackpad you can, of course, still navigate via keyboard.
What we are doing Before we begin, let me explain how this all works. Thanks for the other tips in this post. It came with W10 and has the latest drivers, but many times the cursor seems to get stuck or move very slowly despite the fact I have increased sensitivity and use enhanced precision. I simply need to turn off the tapping. Even though touchpoint technology is mostly associated with notebooks or laptops, other systems can also benefit from it with the help of an external wireless or wired TouchPad device. I have a new K501U notebook and the touchpad is awful.