However it is still there in Control Panel. I have tried to delete this one, restart etc. Anyone have an idea how to fix this? I installed this driver and all went back to normal. Hit the Windows button on your keyboard to pull up the Start menu. Windows 10 was running on it for several months, but from one day to the other… No touchpad.
Click Next and follow the on-screen instructions. It only works if I uninstall Smart Gesture without smart gestures of course :. Can you help me with this stuff please? Perhaps this question has been asked, but I have not found an answer. The first day I update to Win10, everything was working fine. If the issue persists, do get back to us. . Since then it has been working flawlessly… Followed the instructions, was pretty simple.
For your convenience, we have several servers with direct links to the file if the file does not download, you can choose another server. My laptop and my touchpad was fully working but yesterday my touchpad was off. I had the same problem as Jay A Clark with the Anniversary Update; the Smart Gesture panel window had also bugged graphic so it was impossible to set any option. I think that is the simplest way to avoid the windows installer packages thing. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.
I need to turn off tapping. Basically multitouch was gone, only one finger worked. But no 3 finger gestures. I still have a problem. Thanks I know it might be something minor to some, but I cannot inverte my scrolling direction anymore. When I first got it, it came with windows 7 and the touchpad was highly erratic.
We'll be very grateful if you put a link to our site on the forum, social network, or on your Internet page. The laptop is an Asus R556L Win 10 64 bit. Type Name Driver Size Download TouchPad Touchpad driver 11. The Device Manager always shows an Asus Support Device not Asus Touchpad. Thanks in advance I have an asus r500v k55vm. This page shows Asus Smart Gesture Touchpad Driver and Software information.
I had the issue with Smart Gesture 4. Therefore, the very important step is to check whether the Asus touchpad driver is outdated, missing, corrupted, broken, faulty or compatible. I have been suffering for a year without the two finger scrolling and just today I decided to attempt at it. This utility was recognized by many users all over the world as a modern, convenient alternative to manual updating of the drivers and also received a high rating from known computer publications. Also, check for Windows updates. My touch screen is still working, but I cannot access meaningful settings for the mouse. Moreover, the updating from the system is continued.
Locating a correct Asus touchpad driver is not easy, especially for green hands. I bought an AsusPro and while I love the laptop I have some problems with scrolling. The Asus touchpad is not listed in Device manager. Press Windows Logo Key+X then click on Search screen. But scrolling on the touchpad is very fast and three fingers does not work. But I just cannot find it anywhere. Along with the suggestions provided by Sascha, try to run the troubleshooter and check if it helps.
The only weird thing about the gestures is when you use the 3-Finger Function upwards for the task manager , the Start menu also pops up. This tool will install you the latest drivers for all devices on your computer. Put the shortcut in your Startup Items folder so it always runs at startup. I have tried everything that has been mentioned in this thread. I am hoping to swipe three fingers down to go to desktop and up to see the task view. Each time I go back into Smart Gesture all of the settings are not checked.
I reinstalled Smart Gesture 4. I installed the driver Sentelic 9. When I installed Smart Gesture, nothing happened. After some time passed, the problem healed itself, probably through an update. All things were operational on my Asus X200ca after the 8. I have tried to force uninstall by Revo Uninstaller, no joy. Had errors like device not migrated, windows installer error, etc.
I used different version of smart gesture but problem stays the same. After uninstalling both, driver and Smart Gesture, I had them reinstalled following your instructions and my touchpad is back to life with the full options I used to have. So I end up removing the smart gestures. It checks for common issues and makes sure that any new device or hardware attached to your computer was installed correctly. Make sure you have a backup of your computer before you try to install it. After hours of frustration, realized Smart Gesture was no longer on computer anywhere.