Firstly, thanks for providing the solution to resolve the smart gesture after win10 update. You would be very annoyed for the inconvenience. What finally worked was I opened device manager - human interface devices. I just want to configure touchpad. I reinstalled Smart Gesture 4.
Hope this can help you. If anyone has anything that will help, please let me know. I followed the directions above and installed the packet before the driver update. Do let us know if your issue is resolved. Best Regards, Chris Downgrading to Smart Gesture 2. In simple words, when Touchfreeze is running, it locks the touchpad for a very small period after hitting a key. This will maintain the change if you reboot.
The Asus touchpad can be disabled in a a variety of ways depending on the model you're using. I still have a problem. My guess is that they are clueless. On many notebook models, you can reach the same touchpad settings tab via a touchpad icon in the lower-right corner of the screen if available. They say that it takes a while, but it will walk you through the removal. I have been suffering for a year without the two finger scrolling and just today I decided to attempt at it.
Scrolling issues all fixed which is a big plus. I suggest you to update your touch drivers and check. Screenshot I would be greatfull if you anyone knows how to fix this problem. Hi Joe Woith, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. It seems still without luck. There also is no little touchpad symbol shown in the downright corner of the screen, nor in the Hidden icons.
If you have any other more helpful tips about Asus issues fix, you can share with us. Anyway there's no need to remove the software. There is also a list of supported Operating Systems at the above-mentioned link. In this , we'll walk you through the easy steps to disable your laptop's touchpad when you connect a mouse using the Settings app and Control Panel. All the other Fn keys worked. From what you have mentioned, I would suggest you to try these steps to see if it resolves the issue. Thanks for the updated drivers.
I struggled uninstalling and repairing or re-installing newest version you provided, but every time I finally reboot after installation it leads to the same result: Mobile tab only. The latest Windows 10 upgrade restored the functionality of the touchpad, which I had disabled. The question that I linked to is about a different issue. Do not be tempted to install the other drivers from this page. I have a laptop with a touchpad and if I was scrolling up or down the screen would zoom in or out way too easily. Mine is a Q500A laptop, but there are no Win 10 drivers shown for it. With installed smart gestures same problem — keyboard and touchpad disabled.
I am having an issue that I believe is separate but related to Smart Gesture so hopefully you can help. If you click on it, then you can configure all the possible Asus smart gestures provided non many, really In any case no icon is present in the control panel at difference of Windows 7 My 2 cents tip. Fix 1: Make sure Asus Touchpad is enabled 1 On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and I at the same time to open the Settings window. However, it never finishes and says that it is unavailable. I really hope you can help me out here! Although the touchpad on an Asus laptop can be useful for clicking, scrolling and selecting content, it can be a nuisance if you're using an external wired or wireless mouse. So, this is how to disable the stinking touch pad and keep the screen touch operable: tape stiff cardboard over the touch pad.
But no 3 finger gestures. Contact your support personnel or package vendor. Is there a way to fix this? The last tab on the Mouse window is for touchpad settings. Please click on the black-colored Download button on the download page in order to download the program. Thank you for your help Hi, Thank you for posting your query in Microsoft Community. After a recent windows update the problem returned and reinstalling Ver4012 no longer works! I tried out all the solutions above with no joy.