09-22-2018 08:28 AM - edited 09-22-2018 08:29 AM
1. Block Microsoft's drivers updates.
2. Run Lenovo's Thinkvantage or System Update applications for the latest updates and drivers.
So guess I've to uninstall the touchpad driver to test this out?
09-24-2018 09:59 AM
I also need the driver. I bougth this PC without Windows because I own a license and use Linux. But in Windows I find the touchpad a bit buggy with basic windows drivers. I tried to uninstall and look for updates in Lenovo Vantage, but Windows immediately installs the generic driver and Vantage reports the system is up-to-date
09-25-2018 10:56 AM - edited 09-25-2018 11:00 AM
Than use this tutorial to install the driver :
10-04-2018 05:55 AM - edited 10-04-2018 05:55 AM
The first article doesn't help, Windows continues to install default touchpad drivers... And drivers from the second arcticle don't properly work, at least for me.
I've talked with the Lenovo Support and they said that there are no other drivers for our model except from Microsoft. Maybe someone tried to find proper drivers from other laptop models?
10-04-2018 07:16 AM
Wow, so Lenovo deploys Windows to it's laptops with a proper driver for the touchpad, but it's unable to make that driver available on the laptop's support page? So, it seems buying the laptop without OS or performing clean installs is a bad idea...
10-09-2018 12:23 PM - edited 10-09-2018 12:26 PM
That's right, the default drivers delivers with Windows 10 and they are from Microsoft, so there are no addition settings from Synaptics like in normal drivers. Thus I can't configure the touchpad to work proper during playing a game, it stopes response while typing...