Hi, I'm using an ASUS U6V notebook with built-in Synaptics TouchPad PS/2 V6.2. After upgrading from Windows 7, it was quite a hassle to get the correct driver installed. Original title: Synaptics touchpad in windows 10 I purchased an HP Envy laptop with windows 10, which has (for me) quite a sophisticated synaptics touchpad with two.
Hi, I have an HP dm4t-1000 running Windows 7. I just reformatted the HDD and attempted to get the system up-and-running again. Everything seems to be working properly, except for the touchpad. I've rebooted, uninstalled, and reinstalled the Synaptics touchpad driver about 20 times thus far (multiple different versions too). I can see the touchpad in my Device Manager (says it is working properly), and both Windows Update and the Update Driver function within the Device Manager ->Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad ->Update Driver Software. Say that the driver is up-to-date. However, the touchpad still does not work (at all), and when I attempt to modify the settings of the Synaptics driver (Control Panel ->Mouse), I do NOT see a Device Settings tab.
Also, when I open the Mouse properties (Control Panel ->Mouse), I get the following error message: 'Control Panel Extension is Incompatible with Driver Version' I'm confused here. The device manager says that my hardware is working properly, but my touchpad is totally non-functional. Any suggestions? If the Synaptics settings does not appear under Mouse properties after completing the preceding steps, try the following: • Open device manager • Find the touchpad device (“PS/2 Compatible Mouse”) • Right click on the device and click “Update Driver Software” • Select “Browse my computer for driver software” • Select “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer” • ncheck the option “Show compatible hardware” • nder “Manufacturer”, scroll down to “Synaptics” • Under “Model”, the 17.0. Insignia Usb To Serial Driver Windows 10. 19 driver should appear. • Select the driver and click next. • Click “Yes” to the “Update Driver Warning” pop-up.