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nairvvk
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inductive control ---- user defined key

 
Please help me on how to program the user defined button on the inductive contrl pad .... all the other inductive buttons work ....
 
No options come up when i touch it .
 
 
 
athmam
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

I have worse experience, none of inductive buttons work... and on the tray, sometimes an user define button icon show up, but after I select one of options, seemed no effect at all
 
Please help
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

Guys, it's quite a pleasure for me to see that both of you think we're all  telepats here and solve all kind of problems distantly even without any information about your model of notebook, type of OS, version of drivers and iformation on re-installing system, installing some 3rd party software and the moment the problem happend - for what have you done before it, was it on a new just-from-shop laptop or you've done something?
For now it looks like "hey, how much fingers do I show now behind my back?"

Spend two minutes please on description of those things, for they are extremely helpful.
Thx.
//help will save the world
athmam
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

Yes skripatch, you right, my mistaken. I just bought ideaPad Y510 last month, below are written on the box:
 
model name : 15303
Part number : AB07122104
Serial number : ABA0000xxx
Lenovo ideaPad y510 T7500W52048250PiVPW7b-ID
59012537
EPN:84713000
(4L)Origin:CN made in China
 
Vista Home Premium, Intel 7500, nVidia 256mb, RAM was upgraded to 4GB
additional installations so far : Google Pack, Apple iTune & QuickTime, Office 2007, Norman Virus Control
 
From the computer shop, the touch buttons have never worked. The salesman told me they are just indicator lamps.
 
Some times an User Define Button Setting icon appears on the tray, but no effect after I selected one of them (I did try all options)
 
I did call the service center for my country, but not help
 
I am afraid the buttons are just lamps as the salesman told me... 
 
Please help to confirm the spec and how to activate the buttons.
 
Thanks
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

You're welcome.

These buttons aren't lamps. Try to reinstall this and if doesn't help - try restoring system by NOVA button. If doesn't help - lead ahead to the service-centre...
These buttons should work by default with Windows Media Player - so try in it to find out if they're allright.

Watching the situation flows.
//help will save the world
athmam
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

I did dowload the driver and install it, but no change. I then re-installed the drivers from Lonovo drivers disk, also no change
 
Well skripatch, thanks anyway.
 
I hope somebody else could help...
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

There're only two things for me that for now can affect this situation.
The first one - yoou can try update also a chipset driver, as far as inductive keys controller  are connected to the motherboard and proper work of  it depends on right drivers for it.
The second is trying to install some application to assign your keys manually. Something like this, this or this.

If these doesn't help - it seems that some hardware doesn't work properly. So you must call service-centre of your area (usually it's number is on the box or in the guarantee sheet/manual).

P.S. Do they glow? Or they even don't glow?
//help will save the world
athmam
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

I think to try 1st option, since I found the ATK hotkeys drivers downloaded is different than the one in the CD. I will download all drivers provided in the Lenovo website.
 
The lamps are on, but not glowing when they are touched.
 
Thanks
athmam
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Message 9 of 12

Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

I did download and install Intel Chipset, ACPI and Hotkey drivers from
but unfortunatelly no help at all.
The type occur on selection is only 7758, while mine is 15303. May be the drivers don't fit mine.
 
It seem I should take them as indicator lamps... ;o(
 
But I still can play with toggle button on the right top to change the lamps... ;o(
 
Any help please... Thanks


Message Edited by athmam on 04-01-2008 09:46 AM
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Re: inductive control ---- user defined key

You don't need to make TYPE selection.
It's OK yo skip this section - just press "continue" not choosing a type...
Still no Ideas about IdeaButtons ((
//help will save the world

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