Fix touchpad not working on laptop and not working – quick fix.

The touchpad on Windows 10 laptops and computers can often stop working. Sometimes the touchpad’s scrolling function will cease to function properly while at other times the touchpad may stop being detected by the Windows 10 device altogether.

Issues relating to the touchpad on Windows 10 tablets, laptops, and computers can be caused by conflicting software and drivers or an out-of-date version of the Windows 10 operating system.

Faulty hardware can also be a common cause of touchpad problems as can the changing of important settings.

Whether you use a laptop, a 2-in-1 device or any other kind of mobile computer, you are also probably using a touchpad. Therefore, it is quite important that you set it up to work the way you want it. With Windows 10, Microsoft brought new configuration options for the touchpad. We now have options for handling simple settings like delaying the clicks when typing or advanced settings like touchpad gestures that trigger different actions. Of course, these depend on the specific hardware that you have and its drivers. In this tutorial we’ll talk about how you can configure the way your touchpad works in Windows 10.

This tutorial will apply for computers, laptops, desktops,and tablets running the Windows 10 operating system (Home, Professional, Enterprise, Education) from all supported hardware manufactures, like Dell, HP, Acer, Asus, Toshiba,Lenovo, and Samsung).

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  2. Hi.
    I used Norton utilities to improve my laptop performance, which included deleting over 8000 duplicate files (I hadn't noticed the checked box to prevent deleting important files) needless to say that afterwards by laptop was a brick and didn't function. I finally managed to reinstall Windows 10 using a USB but since then, despite my laptop working now, the touchpad won't and it's driving me crazy using a plug in USB mouse (although I have lost everything that was previously on it).
    I've followed your instructions, but I don't even have a "touchpad" tab in my device manager settings, it just shows the USB plug in mouse. I'm at my wits end, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
    I've already been on to the Acer website and downloaded touchpad drivers etc and continue trying my "fn + F7" touchpad function key all without success 😢😭

  3. This happened to me just now, the touchpad went batshit crazy and gave up. I can't use the function key to enable the touchpad for some reason. It jist says disabled no matter how I press it, and reboot the laptop. It's tough doing this without a mouse, but you can manage with your tab and arrow keys. Updating didn't do shit, the best thing I did was to uninstall the interface driver (it did have a malfunction icon in it), restart, and let it's own BIOS do its own shit. And that was it, it worked.

  4. Lmao. Thanks I just had to hit one button! I feel so dumb right now cause its clearly marked yet I've had this problem for 2 weeks lol

  5. Actually, this IS working. In my case, I actually just had to select driver from "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" then click "Asus Touchpad".

    Now I feel stupid for running around, surfing all info about the not available menu on setting/

    Thanks man.

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