02-28-2018 04:06 PM
So I have a Yoga 920, and I have a problem with the touchpad.
If I want to do small adjument to the cursor, I need to move my finger past a little distance where the touchpad seems to not register the tracking.
And when I go far enough with my finger, the cursor jumps to the position where it would be if it would have start moving with my finger. After that, the cursor works great until I lift my finger and put it back on the touchpad, doing the same thing.
There is like a small buffer zone where the cursor would not move, maybe to prevent accidental touch, which is great, but the problem is with the little jump that the cursor do, it makes doing small adjusments really hard.
I can do (really) small circle with my finger and the cursor does not move at all.
I test this on a lot of other laptop, and none have the same problem.
Thanks for any help, please tell me if you have the same issue.
03-18-2018 12:51 PM - edited 03-18-2018 12:54 PM
Eeks, this doesn't looks good on the Lenovo support team. Common, you can still restore some of your honor and get back to our question. YOU CAN DO IT!
If found this review quite striking by the way: https://www.engadget.com/2017/01/02/lenovo-yoga-910-review/
03-18-2018 03:01 PM
FWIW, I have both the 910 and 920 and don't have the issues detailed here and in the article on either device. The fan on the 910 did run a lot in the beginning, though wasn't noisy. Once I located that issue and fixed it, the fan rarely ramps up, much.
As for the touchpad being too sensitive, I can't say I've ever had that. I'd start with updating all the drivers and BIOS and, if that doesn't get it, uninstalling the touchpad then rebooting. Windows will see it and reinstall it.
Then go to settings>devices>touchpad and monkey with the settings to see if you can find something amiss.
If THAT fails, then use OKR to put the machine back to its out-of-the-box condition to see if it's still happening. If not, carefully note each program you reinstall to find which one messes it up.
Wish I had more ideas, guys.