Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Did you perform the reboot using the same OS as the previous. If you did, the you are facing one possible problem:
The drivers for the touch pad not installed.
In this case, you would have to install the touch pad drivers for your system model, and that would also support your Operating system.
But if you did the reboot, using a different OS, then you have 2 possible problems:
The first is that there are no drivers installed, and should be treated as afore discussed.
The second is that the drivers are installed but do not support the new OS. You would then have to install the driver that would be compatible with your new OS. That could be downloaded.
You can check if the drivers are installed from the device manager.
Hope that was helpful?
Posted on May 26, 2011
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