04-28-2018 01:10 PM
I bought my Yoga 920 this week and comming from an 2011 MacBook Air, I'm really struggling with the trackpad clicking everytime I tap a little too hard (in the normal motion of moving the scroll across the screen.
I searched everywhere in my computer and over Google, and can't find a way to turn off this feature. I've seen that Lenovo's older models with Synaptics drivers have the option to disable tapping over the mouse's hardware proprieties, but that's not the case for this model (I can't even find a driver for this trackpad).
Any ideas on how to disable this trackpad tapping?
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05-10-2018 01:22 AM
Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.
Unfortunately I don`t have the unit, so some of this may vary, but on most laptops this should be found in the Control panel.
Find the "Mouse" link under the "Devices and Printers" section.
Click the "Device Settings" tab and then click the "Settings" button located beneath the Devices section.
Here should be some additional tapping options available for you to set.
As I said, I may be incorrect, so if someone has this unit, please do correct me.
Drivers you should be able to find on the support page for your units:
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.
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05-14-2018 05:25 PM
Much appreciated on the given support.
I already checked these settings, and unfortunately there aren't any options there.
I also tried the Lenovo Vantage app, but no success (also in attachments).
In the drivers section from Lenovo support it doesn't appear to have a propper driver, just this (which is already installed):
Any other leads?
05-21-2018 04:41 PM
No, in the Windows Settings app. If you cannot find the shortcut to Settings on your taskbar, go to the Start Menu and scroll down all the applications. Under S you'll find Settings.