03-13-2009 03:11 AM
When I wont to logon into system, the tap options is make problem when I press tap on touchpad!The problem is because I must tap more then one time, which is unexpectly, because that must work with one tap!
This problem I have with more tree same models notebook with same product number!
I try to reinstall Synaptics touchpad drivers,and I also install the latest version of drivers, but nothing will change with my problems!Also I try to change settings in Synaptics drivers settings for touchpad, generally for tap options and still nothing!
Thanks in advance!
03-23-2009 04:22 PM
05-02-2009 01:15 AM
I then downgraded to XP, installed the latest Synaptics Touchpad drivers which rendered the touchpad inoperable!!
So I uninstalled them, now with just standard windows drivers the cursor moves, but now I still have the problem where occasionally the cursor doesn't respond to either tapping the touchpad or pressing the left button.
Although one very interesting thing it occurs even with a USB mouse installed! Although I have noticed alt-tabbing or bringing up the start menu with the windows key does allow the cursor to click again - its incredibly frustrating.
I don't think this is a touchpad problem - it seems like a general hardware/IO messaging problem - the operating system ignores the click events completely - regardless of the input device.
05-15-2009 05:38 AM
My workaround for the login problem (my fingerprint scanner has stopped working) is to Ctrl Alt Delete twice and a login popup appears with the Password in focus.
When I attach a usb mouse the clicking seems to work, while the touchpad still will not respond. The pen nearly works, but a tap or double tap brings up the right click menu, it does not open the application.
10-08-2009 12:12 PM
Any help? maybe a fail touchpad?
09-22-2010 06:13 PM
07-26-2014 06:49 PM
Just baught a Referbished Elitebook 6930p using Windows 7 Professional. Is there any way to deactivate the tap feature of the touchpad? Can't find any mention of the touchpad on the taskbar, Device Manager, or Mouse (Pointer) Properties and
verry little in the User Manuals.