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Toshiba Satellite A355-S6935 touchpad problem

On the touchpad scrolling down and up is not working since i installed Windows 7. And before that it was working perfectly with Vista. I tried to install new drivers from Toshiba website they have only 1 driver for Windows 7 and it's still not working with it.Everything works the buttons,the moving of the pointer,but when i want to scroll the page down with the touchpad its not happening so can you help me out please.Thanks.

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That is normal, because the touchpad requires a driver. Windows 7, fortunately, comes with driver installation through the Windows Update.

Simply launch Windows update (Start Menu> type "Windows Update" > hit 'enter'), and select all the updates and hit update. You could also manually do it, by going to Toshiba's website, finding your computer model in the "support" category, and finding the appropriate touch-pad driver. (I believe it would be called "Synaptic Touchpad Driver").


Good luck!

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Did you try mouse properties? if not go to Start, control panel, double click mouse.

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Hello Friend,

You need to download the Touchpad driver.
Please use the below link to install the tocuhpad driver.
http://laptop-driver-download.blogspot.com/2009/09/download-lenovo-g450-windows-xp-drivers.html

You can select the Touchpad driver and it will download one EXE file.
Just run and restart your machine.

It will resolve your issue.

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