04-15-2014 01:03 AM
Hi, last night I uninstalled all applications lenovo: support, management and etc...
the situation is much improved, now the touchpad works well, but I don't know if it continues to work well in the future.
You've tried to contact support by email or phone?
In Italy the support call center for our PC is for a fee, such as 40cent€/min ....
04-25-2014 01:07 AM
I have the same problem on B5400 on first day out of the box. Have set power management to 'Maximum Performance' and speed of cursor to maximum. When touching the pad with my fingers I am also pressing more firmly. Touchpad is frustrating - works great wih a mouse! Lets see how it goes.
04-27-2014 06:37 AM - edited 04-27-2014 06:38 AM
Still buggy, still frustrating, still not usable as a workstation.
Can anybody from Lenovos software department please take a look at the driver? I don't see a big problem in fixing this, because the touchpad works at least 30% of the time as it should.
But then the touchpad is like "click - naaww, I'm out of business today, see you tomorrow. Or in a couple of days. Or whatever."
04-28-2014 04:09 AM
It is a common problem in the b5400 series and lenovo does not give any solution, the only, if this problem is detected on the first day, do a DOA of more than 20 days without a laptop, I'm sure lenovo know the error.
Because I'm sure?
Because the problem I've seen reproduced in at least 3 laptops.
I have a shop and sat, the probem I've seen on 2 B590, in the last b5400, and I think also in the previous b5400.
In the last few I've tried everything, and sooner or later the problems are played.
If people do not protest more, is because they do not know how to use the touchpad, and use mouse. The 2 B590 has been so.
04-28-2014 10:27 AM
04-28-2014 11:11 AM
I don't understand ...
I solved the problem after removing lenovo support, management, etc. ... but strangely after a windows update the touchpad gives me the same problem! and also on Ubuntu gives me the same problem!
So don't really know what to think.
It's a software, hardware or bios problem?
But any user of lenovo answers our questions?
04-28-2014 11:33 AM
I think it's a hardware problem.
For the tests I've done, for some reason the touchpad goes crazy after a while of use.
I tried both 8.1 and win the original win7 ultimate, and 2 is the same, go well at first, until suddenly starts to fail.
The installing win7 I went slowly, testing the touchpad with lenovo drivers, and then updated to the end without problems.
But after a couple hours of use, with automatic updates disabled, the righteous drivers, the touchpad started to fail.
Right now I'm with the newly installed win8.1 without actuaizaciones, and just starting to fail the touchpad. He had three hours reinstated.
05-14-2014 01:26 AM
Yesterday i was with my m5400 to service because is very frustrating, when you don't have mouse you're lost.... now i have to stay 15 day without laptop because LENOVO don't give us a solution.
In the future i will not buy any lenovo product.