09-06-2018 09:12 AM
The default driver package downloaded from the E485 website for the ultranav does not install the driver in device manager at all, and when I force it, it says that it is not compatible with this version of windows???? Same error as the video driver.
Also the other problem remains completely unacknowledged, that is to say, why when I press the upper 75% of the ultranav 3 buttons that they never register as clicks?
And when I press down on the physical buttons, they also physically allow me to touch the trackpad incidentally.
I am demanding a completely redesigned free repair upgrade package sent to every owner of an A2/485, E585/485 that encounters these issues. It is widespread, seemingly from a massive design flaw that (as usual) no one noticed (or gave craps about). COMPLETELY FIX THE ABOVE POINTS THANK YOU VERY MUCH. ONLY GRAB MY MONEY IF YOUR PRODUCT WORKS
09-06-2018 09:42 AM
Personal website: ThinkScopes
09-06-2018 07:15 PM
Um, are you ok? Did you not see that I've downloaded the file from https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-edge-laptops/thinkpad-e485...
DIRECTLY. If it was 64 bit it would work on windows 64 10. If it were 32 bit it would also work on windows 64 10. Go figure??
You've only answered to 1/3 problems btw. What about the crippling physical issues?
09-06-2018 08:39 PM
09-07-2018 02:46 AM
No, no, I meant that the physical buttons atop the touchpad are not registering even though they actuate when you press them near the top. And also, yes, it does appear to be a precision touchpad. The main problem here being they physically interfere because of the non-existence of a gap between the buttons and the touchpad as it were in older designs. My main concern is that on a fresh installation of windows, the bloody driver installer will not even install the prescribed synaptics drivers for the set, so windows has no idea what to do with the ultranav+pad.
09-18-2018 09:11 PM