This is why I suggested a old type ps2 mouse and keyboard. Highlighting text this way is useful if the paragraph or other text is in a column. Step 2: Open Ease of Access. I noticed only a single other person somewhere in a Google search with this problem, and his question was quickly locked on a technicality with no answer. If your mouse isn't working, use the and to navigate through menus.
As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Tip If you want to change the cursor's movement speed or other settings, select Set up Mouse Keys. When complete, restart the notebook. Probably because the Y50 is so advanced, the resolution is much higher than the developers of this touchpad driver anticipated Also, I don't know where the registry keys are that define this driver's behavior, if there are any at all. I have tried reinstalling Synaptics, removing and uninstalling Synaptics, disabling palmcheck, but it wouldn't work.
And when I unistalled the current version of my Synaptics driverI noticed my cursor started to fidget whenever I placed over an icon or link. Whenever I hold down a key on the keyboard, the mouse cursor freezes and I can't move it unless I let go off the key. Comments or posts that are disrespectful or encourage harassment of others including witch-hunts of any kind are not allowed. Do you have a fix for this problem? Go to the Device Settings tab 3. There have been a number of other users not liking the way that the touchpad stops working when pressing a key.
This saves you the time of having to move the mouse cursor to the Ok button and then click Ok. System: Newly purchased Essentials G710 with i7 processor Windows 8. They allow you to control the size and positioning of open windows better by dragging them to the edge of the screen. Tip: Supposing that you change the pointer speed by moving the scales, you will find that the pointer speed is changed accordingly by use of the number keys only. Manage the open window with the mouse Double-click the top of any to maximize a window or, if it is already maximized, resize it to a smaller window.
Click the drop-down arrow next to Pointing and then double-click PalmCheck 5. But I can't find a way to disable that sort of feature. At this point, i'd be happy to uninstall the Synaptic drivers and use the precision drivers instead, I just need to know that I can. Seeing the computer is not picking the mouse or keyboard up. It's not a good solution for me, I need consistant performance on the first tap.
Because of this, I am unable to change any setting pertaining to my mouse or touchpad. I know this is an old thread but new post. More things I have tried: 5 I tried uninstalling and installing every trackpad driver listed on the Lenovo driver site for my machine. You may be able to get around this as follows. Note: Apart from a little bit of attention, you need to be equipped with a heavy load of patience.
Press 8, 4, 6, and 2 up, left, right, down on your numeric keypad, and the mouse pointer moves one pixel in that direction. I prefer to keep my mouse at max sensitivity using the Synaptics driver. Then starting it back up would install the mouse and keyboards drivers. Moving a window using the keyboard can be useful if your window is partially or fully out of the screen or if some buttons that you need to click are under the Taskbar which usually appears always on top covering them. When windows has reloaded, open your Downloads folder and run the Synaptics installer - when this has completed, restart the notebook again. It is not often that you need to move a window using the keyboard only in the Windows operating system. If the issue persists even after updating the drivers, open Synaptics Control Panel and navigate to the Advanced tab and reduce Palm Check Threshold and check if it resolves the issue you are facing.
I did what you said and it's working now. Note: Selection might get stuck in certain areas, such as the sliders. I assume that is in milliseconds of response time I also tried to update the Synaptics touchpad driver, but as I found out after the fact, Windows 8. The Ease of Use settings for your mouse is opened. Put the slider to Minimum or Off.