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Notebook Touchpad won't scroll. (Synaptics) Previously it would scroll with no problem, then suddenly quit. How do I restore the function?

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Dwnload touchpad drivers:
Click Here if you have windows 7 32-bits.
Click Here if you have windows 7 64-bits.
Click Here if yu have windows vista 32-bits.
Click Here if you have windows vista 64-bits.

Posted on Apr 09, 2011

  • tommaryalice Apr 10, 2011

    All four links above bring up 'Page cannot be found.' Can you do a followup? Also, I earlier downloaded driver from Syntaptics. (I have Vista 32-bit.)

  • Mirian Jinchvelashvili Apr 10, 2011

    1) Go to http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/softw...
    2) choose your OS (Microsoft Windows Vista)
    3)Click Next
    4)Click "+" on "Drover - Keyboard, Mouse and Input Devices
    5)Click on Synaptics PS/2 Port Touchpad Driver
    6)Then Click Download.

    After Downloading follow installation instrunctions.

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Toshiba laptop computers use multi-function touchpads, which often have software features added to the touchpad manufacturer's basic package. If your Toshiba laptop's touchpad won't scroll but its other functions are working, you may simply need to adjust your settings. If the problem occurs suddenly, try restarting your computer before resorting to other methods. Sometimes the addition of new software or other features can interfere temporarily with the touchpad driver, interrupting the scrolling feature. If a simple restart does not restore your touchpad's scrolling feature, check its properties through the control panel. The exact options for doing so will vary by laptop model and operating system.

Click "Start," then "Control Panel." Navigate to "Mouse," which may be under "Hardware and sound" or a similar category, depending on your operating system. Select the "Touchpad" tab in the "Mouse" window. This tab will also list the touchpad manufacturer, most often Synaptics on Toshiba computers. If you have more than one built-in pointing device, as is the case with the touchscreen model Toshiba Portege series, choose the "Hardware" tab and select your touchpad, then click "Settings." Select "Properties," "Settings," "Advanced" or the similar option on your system. Click the box next to "Enable scrolling" if this option is available. For Synaptics touchpads, you may have a list of options; click the arrow to the right of "Scrolling" to open the scrolling list and select one-finger or two-finger scrolling to access the specific features. Click to enable any scrolling features you desire, then select "Adjust scrolling region" or the similar option, if available. Drag the scrolling region to cover a larger portion of the touchpad if you want to ensure you can scroll easily. Click "Ok" to apply any changes and close the options windows. Keep clicking "Ok" until all of the windows with this option are closed. Restart your computer if prompted. Your scrolling feature should be enabled.
http://askiris.toshiba.com/ToshibaSupportSite/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=http--cdgenp01csdtoshibacom-content-support-manuaserguides-su1083054-SatM50M55PMAD0004401105May05pdf&sliceId=pdfPage_171&dialogID=79031610&stateId=0%200%20

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Hello,

The touch pad (acer) sometimes get disabled. To enable your touchpad, restarting your computer may help. However, if it doesn't then do the following steps:

  • Go to Control Panel > Mouse > Settings
  • Click Enable (or Disable to disable)

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Notes:
  • On some models, there is a keyboard shortcut to activate or deactivate the touchpad. Press FN + F7
  • You can click "Reset device" if neither of those solutions work
  • The official website provides synaptics drivers and software needed to run your TouchPad
NOTE: If you want to make sure that all your drivers are up to date. You can download RadarSync to your computer. This is a must for your operating system. I highly recommend this because it can update your driver including your touchpad's driver. You don't need to go to synaptics or any website anymore because RadarSync will do it for you. With just a click of a mouse, then your computer will be taken care of.


If you have the same problem, right after doing the above steps please let me know. I would be very glad to help you out.


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Problem with the HP G60-235DX PC Notebook Notebook Touchpad won't scroll. (Synaptics) Previously it would scroll with no problem, then suddenly quit. How do I restore the function? Previous...


Have you checked the settings of your synaptics? Usually there's an Icon on the taskbar for synaptics you can right click it and check if "disable touchpad if usb pointing device is present" is checked, if so uncheck it then your touch pad should work again.
Here's a link for a step by step instruction though this is for windows xp but steps are the same. Hope this works for you:
http://blueboxagency.com/helpdesk/?page_id=16

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For the full capabilities of the touchpad, you will need the Synaptics touchpad software and drivers. Look for your operating system here and download and install the Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad Driver under Keyboard and other input devices.

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Hi,

The notebook model you have is shipped with the Synaptics touchpad driver. Please follow the below steps to enable scrolling features:

1. Open Control panel -> click on Mouse . It will display Mouse Properties dialog box.
2. Under Mouse properties Window click the Device Settings tab
3. Click on Device Settings -> Settings button. This will display the Properties for Synaptics TouchPad on PS/2 port.

4. Follow the steps below to enable the Tapping Feature :

Highlight Tapping in the Left hand side , and Check the Enable tapping in the Right hand box .

5. Follow the steps below to enable Scroll feature:

Highlight Virtual Scrolling in the Left hand side and Check both the boxes in the right hand side.
6. Click OK .
Alternatively you can anble scrolling by reinstalling touchpad driver.

Touchpad driver for Vista:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp39501-40000/sp39534.exe

Touchpad driver for Windows 7:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp44501-45000/sp44940.exe

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I am assuming here that all the functions of your touchpad are working correctly, and all you can't do is scroll.

Often times the Synaptics controler, which is the controler and the driver for the touchpad, will get corrupted, de-activated or will just stop working. The easiest thing to try would be to download the synaptics drivers from the support section of you computer manufacturer's website, then go to your control panel, select add and remove programs, find Synaptics in the list and uninstall it. Then you can go ahead and install the drivers you just downloaded. This usually fix the problem 80% of the time. If you provide your computer maker and model I can even send a link to download the drivers.

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