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wcwm
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Registered: ‎06-22-2017
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Lenovo Yoga 710-15IKB Touchpad Settings? Two-finger gestures?

Hi everyone.

 

I have tried searching here and on Google for a solution and can’t find anything for Yoga 710-15IKB owners. The only relevant thread I could find was from this user who is describing essentially the same questions, but nobody came up with a solution. https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-Yoga-Series-Notebooks/Yoga-710-Touchpad-Settings-Area-settings/t...

 

I am trying to activate two touchpad features on my new Yoga 710-15IKB.

 

  1. Two finger scrolling.
  2. Two finger right-click tap.
  3. Increase speed of touchpad. (The mouse curser is painfully slow, even on the hightest pointer speed setting).

However, I can’t seem to find any place to change these settings?

I have tried the following:

 

  1. Navigating the touchpad settings via taskbar, looking at each tab (including the ELAN tab). There is no place to make touchpad gesture changes.
  2. Going into Windows 10 control panel settings for the touchpad. The only adjustment I can make is ‘touchpad sensitivity’.
  3. Updating the ELAN driver in Windows 10 via ELAN tab > properties. This does nothing.
  4. Downloading and installing various ELAN/Synaptics touchpad drivers from Lenovo.com, none of them activating any ‘gesture’ settings that I can find. This one specifically did not even work…

 

http://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds118370

 

My questions:

 

  1. Does the Yoga 710-15IKB even support touchpad gestures?
  2. Are there any owners with this model who have success with activating gestures?

 

Thanks for your help everyone!

wcwm
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Re: Lenovo Yoga 710-15IKB Touchpad Settings? Two-finger gestures?

Ended up taking the laptop back to Best Buy. The Geek Squad rep and I compared the model on the shelf. While the driver information matched, my model did not recognize the trackpad as being standalone (it was acting as a mouse in a PS/2 port). We concluded my computer had a faulty trackpad and got an exchange. All is well!

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