Select Properties. Under the Details tab select Hardware IDs in the dropdown box. Copy and Paste the first line into your next post. I will do some searching tomorrow. Posted 26 July - AM. This is one of the rare times I could find nothing using the vendor and device ID. The vendor is synaptics but I get a big zero on the device ID. Edit: I did find this but I would strongly recommend you create a restore point first.
Also keep a USB mouse available. Don't use a driver finder. That can cause you more problems than it solves. There is also a reg hack that may or may not work for you. Be extra careful when editing the registry. Some other ideas are on the page also. Posted 26 July - PM. I guess this will work for now, maybe Windows will let me install their precision driver again in the future.
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Click here to Register a free account now! Latest News: Docker servers hacked in ongoing cryptomining malware campaign Featured Deal: Explore ethical hacking with this super course bundle deal. Please log in to reply. Posted 24 July - PM Hi, I think possibly you could try uninstalling the driver from Device Manager then Reboot as it will reinstall the driver back from System. Edited by Pkshadow, 24 July - PM. Posted 25 July - PM I uninstalled the driver and after rebooting it reinstalled the same one.
The problem still persists; I cannot change the scrolling direction of the touchpad. Lenovo Vantage said that all my drivers were up to date. I contacted Lenovo through the forums, no reply yet. Posted 25 July - PM No, it says that the best drivers for my device are already installed. That workaround doesn't work on the latest update. Posted 25 July - PM The Generic driver used to be made available on the synaptic web page but I think they took it down.
After that, test your new scrolling configuration in any app window or even in on the Settings window by swiping up or down with two fingers on the touchpad. Happy scrolling! Microsoft Intellimouse Turns We select and review products independently.
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Details required :. Cancel Submit. Jeeped MVP. The touchpad scrolling could have been disabled through the system reverting to a very basic driver or through user input by adjusting the options within the touchpad's configuration utility,. Click Start or tap the Windows key and type mouse the select Mouse from the Control Panel section of the list above. In the Mouse Properties dialog, go to the Touchpad tab to see if you can open the Lenova Touchpad utility from there.
Asked 8 years ago. Modified 5 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 2k times. I checked this on Lenovo ThinkPad also, there also i have observed the same. Expects a positive response soon. Improve this question. Add a comment. Sorted by: Reset to default. Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first.
Improve this answer. Same issue for me, with a Dell E Same issue with Dell Precision , stupid natural scrolling is default by hardware but no option to turn it off — dashesy. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.
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Click on Devices. Click on Touchpad. Under the "Scroll and zoom" section, use the drop-down menu to select the Down motion scrolls down option. Source: Windows Central.