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Urocyon
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Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Lately I have been noticing that after my laptop wakes up from sleep that the sensitivity on my touchpad drops. This is fixed after a restart but I would rather not have to do that everytime. I usually just use a mouse but that is no fun on my lap and I would like to get this fixed if possible. I have tried updating the drivers which all seem to be up to date and I have uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers for the touchpad several times. I am long out of my warranty period and would like to know if anyone here may have a fix. 

 

Thank you. 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Hi, Urocyon                -

 

Thank you for writing in to the Lenovo Forum - happy to have you here today.

 

Do you close any games or intensive programs before it goes to sleep, its likely that it is slow because it has to load intensive programs when it wakes up, like having tons of start-up programs.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

 

 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Thank you for replying. 

 

I only have the essentials for startup and I have tried disabling what few startup programs I have and it still acts slow after sleep. Putting the computer to sleep after all of the windows are closed does not help either. 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Try updating the BIOS

 

Update us how it goes

 

 

 

 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Well the BIOS was out of date so thank you for bringing that to my attention but it still didn't seem to fix the issue.
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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Go to Control panel/Device Manager.

Then under the View tab click show hidden devices.

Click "Human interface devices".  Delete from the bottom up all the extra mouse entries.

They will be a lighter color than the active one.

Then Click on "Mice and other pointing devices" and do the same.

If you delete the active mouse and it quits working, unplug it (USB Only) and re-plug it back in.

This will reinstall the mouse.

 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

I only seemed to have one other one viewing the hidden devices which was my usb mouse. I deleted it and it still didn't fix the problem. 

 

Thank you for your continued support and suggestions. 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

1) Check Power Manager Settings:

 

If you are using Power Manager, choose Maximum Performance plan. If not, choose High Performance plan. Power plans affects boot performance. Choosing Balance or Power Saver, or other plan would prevent the system to have the most optimum / fastest boot.

 

2) Using MSCONFIG to evaluate which processes are being loaded at boot

 

Click Start on the taskbar, type msconfig on the search bar and press Enter

Go to Startup tab 
Disable / Uncheck most, except:
Your antivirus software / Security Suites
Power Manager (If you installed it)

Microsoft Windows Operating System (if available)

Intel(R) Common User Interface (You may need if you uses Intel Anti-Theft Technology with subscription with Computrace or other)

 

Doing this should reduce the amount of application tray, loader, etc. It will reduce the memory usage and allows you to start-up your computer faster.

 

Optimizing CPU utilization

 

In msconfig, under Boot Tab, go to advanced option and check Number of processors and select the highest number.

 

Update us how it goes.

 

 

 

 

 

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Re: Lenovo Y50-70 touchpad cursor slow after sleep/hibernate

Sorry again for the late reply. Did all of those things but it is still slow after sleep. 

 

One thing weird to note is that when I first turn the laptop on, the mouse starts out slow for the first few seconds until everything is completely loaded up then the sensitivity changes to the normal speed. 

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