05-24-2011 12:10 PM
Hi, I was wondering if anyone would have any idea why my multitouch features stopped working after my system resumes from sleep/hibernation. It basically doesn't detect any multitouch feature but still detects the pen feature (although for the pen, the mouse cursor changes back to the traditional arrowhead rather than the dot that I'm used to).
I'm not sure if this is that important but I never had a problem prior to this: I recently swapped out my HDD for a SSD (and is working beautifully). I'm just not sure I have all the drivers although ThinkVantage and other driver updating programs that Lenovo has released says my system is up to date.
Thanks for your time,
05-26-2011 08:10 PM
05-30-2011 05:37 PM - edited 05-30-2011 05:38 PM
I have exactly this problem as well. The multitouch works again after restarting the computer. And I don't have an SSD, so it isn't a SSD issue. Might I add, all my stuff is updated as well from the thinkpad system update tool.
@ExC, Are you running a dual OS in another partition?
01-09-2013 12:05 PM
I am having the same problem...I did a clean install of windows on a SSD. I used the thinkvantage update to get the latest drivers and now, after hibernate my multi touch doesn't work until I restart the computer. Also, the sensing of the pen is inverted when I flip the display to tablet mode (i.e. it still acts as if the screen hasn't flipped -- -when I hover the pen above the upper right corner, the mouse appears in the lower left corner).
I have also tried downloading the enhanced multitouch driver directly from the lenovo website and installing it.
01-09-2013 12:32 PM
I found a fix. For anyone else having this problem:
Ran the hotfix, rebooted, put it to hibernate and when I resumed, everything worked just fine!
01-09-2013 12:37 PM
FYI, my symptoms did not match the hotfix exactly....as I just have one user login and it was the one that was affected, but it did fix the problem that I mentioned.