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Lenovo touch pad not working properly

I have recently purchased lenovo y510 44q laptop but i think its touchpad is not working properly can you fix this problem The touchpad works only for a minute during startup. Even after driver update, problem not solved. After startup, wherever we touch the touchpad, the mouse ponter runs here & there although we just touched the touchpad. Impossible to controll the movement of mouse pointer. Only external USB mouse works.

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Have you tried pressing the Fn + F8 keys? This combination is used to disable and enable the mouse pad.

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After upgradation to windows 10, my Lenovo yoga laptop touch pad stopped scrolling.

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For XP Operating system click here.
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