08-11-2012 08:45 AM
since i gave you detailed instructions,to be able to see WHEN the problems start,
you should be able to tell us,
at which point EXACTLY did the problems re-appear?
WHEN and after you did WHAT?
08-11-2012 08:11 PM
It will be fine after just restoring the factory settings.....
and suddenly after a few minutes.... the touchpad goes numb. if i restart, it takes ages to startup.
After its on.... i update the drivers/bios and everything...... its still the same.... touchpad doesnot work and takes a long time to startup.
would reinstalling the windows, fix the problem??
08-12-2012 01:17 AM
So lets be clear,
the problem re-appears soon after restore to factory settings completes.
And then you say '' and suddenly after a few minutes.... the touchpad goes numb. if i restart, it takes ages to startup''
Now this is the important part.
Did you do anything JUST BEFORE THAT?
Connected a usb stick to the computer for example?
OR anything else?
İf so what?
İf not and the problem appears all by itself,i would first check the mouse you use.
Remove it and try another.
Then if problem still persists,my second guess would be a hardware problem.
08-15-2012 02:32 AM
i didnot do anything after restoring factory settings. I didnot plug in any usb / dvddrive / ext harddrive .
All did was to just restore and update the windows. But nothing helped.
Using a different mouse also was of no use
I restored factory settings once again, and this time touchpad isnt working from the beginning itself (i.e, from the time i restored factory settings) . I used different mouse, updated security and windows. Also uninstalled Synaptics touchpad driver and again reinstalled it.
Ive restored laptop some 15 times till now..... i dont know what to do....
So... will reinstalling windows os help??
Or is there any problem to detect the hardware problem if any ??