07-30-2014 11:33 PM - edited 07-30-2014 11:35 PM
Hello. I just received a Thinkpad Yoga S1 and I love it but the one problem is that the touchpad is not very accurate. Whenever I try to move the cursor on the touchpad it bounces back a little from the direction it came with the distance of the bounceback depending on how fast I move the cursor. It's not a huge deal but nonetheless annoying. I am not sure if it is a driver problem or a problem with just my device. Just need a little input and/or solutions from the community.
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07-31-2014 03:51 AM - edited 07-31-2014 03:55 AM
Welcome to Lenovo Community!
As per the query we understood that you are facing the issue with Touchpad on ThinkPad Yoga S1.
Please adjust the touch sensitivity from UltrNav option from Control panel – Mouse setting.
For further assistance on the setup please click the below link to know how to proceed with the steps.
Hope this helps!
07-31-2014 05:30 AM
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07-31-2014 05:46 AM
I tried the above mentioned help, but there is still the problem of the cursor moving back when using the touchpad. The problem is gone when using a mouse or the trackpoint though.
07-31-2014 09:24 PM
I am sorry to hear that the issue is still persisting, please check with uninstalling the UltraNav application from Control panel – Program & feature option and restart the system, after booting windows will install generic drivers for your touchpad check with that.
Hope this helps!
07-03-2015 08:49 PM
A little late here but I just got a Yoga 2 Pro and had the same problem. Disabling "Enable Tapping" in the Synaptics touchpad settings fixed it for me. It looks like it's a cursor safety option they added to it that went horribly wrong--if the touch is small, it's assuming you meant to tap so it adjusts the cursor (the bouncing that happens).
12-29-2015 01:45 PM
Please remove the 'Solved' marker from this thread. This issue has NOT been resolved.
The 'bounce' appears to be a 'feature'. It appears to be hardwired into the trackpad on my Thinkpad T440s and there doesn't seem to be any way to turn it off in software.
Just to be clear, this isn't related to a 'jumping' or 'erratic' cursor. It is the pointer bouncing back just a few pixels as you stop moving your finger across the trackpad. As if to 'help' users who overshoot the point where they meant to stop. It does not help those of us who are experienced using a trackpad and have no problem being accurate. It's just a hindrance.
I have sought to resolve this issue before with Lenovo but nobody seems to have any idea how to remove this unwanted feature.
02-18-2016 10:33 PM
Sent my Garbage(tpy s1) in 3 times. No fix. They replaced everything but the touch screen.
I've had the erratic mouse cursor on Windows 8, 8.1, and Windows 7 Pro...with and without antivirus installed. I'm currently running W7 Pro and discovered a work around.
I go into Device Manager-System Devices and I disable then reenable Synaptics SMBus Driver. It stops the erratic cursor immediately and everything works just fine....?
Anyway. that's what works for mine. Too bad Lenovo can't fix it.
I steer EVERYONE AWAY from ANYTHING LENOVO.