I have a HP 15-E092 Laptop. I upgraded the laptop to windows 10 a few months ago and the touch pad and buttons worked fine.
Today I was using the mouse pad perfectly fine. I then went to sleep for abit and when I came back to the laptop, the Mouse pad and left and right click buttons no longer worked. I have checked in device manager and can no longer see the entry for the synaptics pad that was there before.
How can I get this working again, as I prefer to use the pad as I use the laptop alot on the move.
I have been having a problem with disabling the touchscreen in my windows 10 laptop. At one point, my laptop fell on cement. Luckily no hardware was damaged except for the screen's glass, losing its touchscreen capability. The problem is that the screen keeps recording false touches, making it difficult to get work done. I took the liberty of disabling the screen on Device Manager, however, after a few boots, the touch screen was somehow re enabled. I tried uninstalling the device, but it is built into the windows operating system and would simple be re enabled at the next boot. Is there any way to keep windows from recognizing the touchscreen without physically removing the touchscreen?
All of a sudden my XBOX 360 controller has stopped working on my desktop. I will connect it to a port it will blink 2-3 times and then it won't show up on device manager or anywhere. It was working just a few days back. I purchased Project Cars and now am panicked since I don't have money for a wheel and can't drive with keyboard. I thought maybe it was the controller itself, but it works fine on laptop-lights up in middle and can use it with emulator. Here is my desktop specs.
GB z77x-d3h mb 3770k at 4.3 GTX 960 2 GB Windows 10 pro 64 bit with latest build 16 GB RAM,
Here is what I have done so far. Tried multiple USB ports on back of computer. No luck. Does same thing with all of them Tried to use device manager and scan for hardware changes-no luck there. Tried downloading XBox 360 controller accessories from MS. No luck there
The touchscreen has stopped functioning since the recent Windows 10 upgrade. Everything else works great. There are no new drivers I can find yet Lenovo claims that this device is Windows 10 compatible.
Recently finished upgrade of Win 10 Home Tablet to Version 1511 and Screen rotation no longer works. I have checked Device Manager and everything is indicating OK with exception of Other Devices and that indicates there is an Unknown Device and no driver installed. I do not think this has anything to do with the problem as I understand the Display adapter controls the rotation. I have checked the Display section in Control Panel and no mention of screen being locked or for that matter unlocked.The Tablet manufacturer is Connect and the Display adapter is Intel(R) HD Graphics with Driver dated 17/08/2015 and Version 10.18.10.4276. This is same as my laptop and it works OK.
Ok, here's the situation: I know how to use WINDOWS BUTTON + PrtScr to capture a screen image. However I would like to print/save an image where this won't work.
I'm trying to run an application I have downloaded (Samsung Allshare), but when I double click it my whole screen goes to a blank Windows screen with a single message box in the middle. This is a "User Account Control" message box. This is what I want to capture. However the "WINDOWS BUTTON + PrtScr" method doesn't seem work here (the only option here is to close this box and return to normal!), and because its an otherwise blank screen, I can't use Snipping Tool or other windows capture features.
I have downloaded and successful installed Windows 10 on one of my two computers. When I downloaded to second computer it hung on the installation re-boot. Now machine will only display BIOS splash screen and then shows a black screen with a single fast flashing cursor.
I tried putting the original Windows 7 install disk in the DVD but could not boot that way either. I can not get in contact with Windows support in Australia and have not been able to find an email address.
I upgraded to Win. 10 8/3. Everything seemed to work fine for 2 days. Then yesterday, the 5th, I could no longer scroll sites up or down by touching and moving my fingers up or down. The other touch functions still work, like going to links or sites, the 'click here' (touch here) options, close,etc. I can even scroll by touching the scroll bar and moving it up or down or right or left. My fingers don't scroll anymore unless they move the bar. And I just noticed areas on the sites don't get bigger or smaller with just fingers touching them and moving them farther apart either. But I don't know if that's supposed to happen. It did with Win 8.
My Lenovo Flex 15 has lost its touchscreen capability after the Windows 10 upgrade. I have tried the common solutions like deleting the drivers, doing a driver roll-back and running the Windows hardware troubleshooter, all to no avail. Before I restore to Windows 8.1 ...
Running windows 10 on my ASUS Q550LF and touch screen does not work. Device manager shows that I have two graphics cards (Intel HD graphics family and NVIDIA GEForce GT 745 M) and they both have the exclamation point next to them. Both drivers are up to date, yet the touch screen will not work.
I broke the Acer R7 touch screen. The break in the top right corner causes the touch screen to randomly change the mouse focus even if I do not use the laptop. The crack in the screen takes focus away from the login prompt box as I type in my password.
It was using Windows 8.1 and with some difficulty was able to disable the Devices>Touchscreen Then it worked fine when touchscreen device driver was disabled.
I then upgraded to Windows 10 which re-enabled the touchscreen However the touchscreen mouse movements wont even let me login.
I would like to disable the Windows 10 Device>touchscreen driver as I did in Windows 8.1 But cannot even login.
I know there are not to many people who like the touch side of things, but I have just installed 10 on a touch deviceStar Screen is the default, looks exactly the same as 8.Apps all launch maximized on the desktop (not the new full screen option).
I use Chinese Tablet Telclast Air 3G come with Windows 8.1 with Bing upgraded to Windows 10 Home.
Now I have problem with touch screen which I need to re-calibrate every time I turn on after turn off and charging tablet. When I turn on tablet touch screen is mess and I need to use external keyboard to log in and re-calibrate touch, if I turn off tablet with out charging it after turn on it work fine what can I do to solve this problem?
I never had this issue with windows 8.1 and after I upgrade to windows 10 it work for a few week then this problem occur.
My spec: Intel Atom Z3763F Ram: 2GB Intel On Board graphic card with latest driver
Windows 7 HP Pavilion DV7 w/ second monitor attached via RGB.Windows 10 upgrade wizard said everything was fine.Upgrade took >90 minutes. Second monitor no longer works on my laptop. (No monitor works - tried different cables, different monitors.)Contacted Samsung for support on monitor. Downloaded updated video driver.Rebooted.Windows 10 now won't boot. No system recovery options.
I re-installed win10 on my ASUS Q302LA laptop after completely wiping the c: drive using Ubuntu. I installed Ubuntu in order to delete the "Old windows" folder, which apparently can only be done from windows if you have god or "trusted user" status, whatever the hell that is. After installing over Ubuntu using win10 from an iso optical disk, the usb ports and device manager no longer register my seagate external hdd. Now this is scary because the seagate is a "backup" drive and now it's useless. It's still good and works fine with my hp elite so nothing's lost, but the idea that were I not to have a second computer my data would be unaccessible by the very products supposedly designed to keep it safe. The touchscreen feature is also non-functional. I'm not sure whether this is a win10 problem or an ASUS driver problem specific to this computer.