View Full Version : ASUS G750JX constantly kicks me out from the game to the desktop [solved]

02-03-2014, 05:49 AM
Hi forum,

I bought an ASUS gamer laptop with Windows 8, yesterday, because its highest performance, everyhting goes well except the games, I tried to install many games like SWAT 4 or Delta Force Extreme (old one), and many others, but constantly kicks me out from the game to the desktop, why this is happening? I increased the virtual memory and everyhting seems to normal. Maybe the games must be compatible with this OS or Im doing something wrong, I missing a special configuration, I do not know.

However, I bought this laptop because I am a programmer and designer (graphics and that stuff), not a gamer, but when I have free time, why not play a game. Hope someone here help me.

Thank you, nice to start to belong to ASUS community. Greetings.

02-04-2014, 05:59 AM
Are you getting literally kicked out, crashed? Or is it just minimised and you need to re-open the game?

Do you have Direct X?

What programs do you run in the background that didn't come with the machine?

Are you still Win 8? Or 8.1?

02-04-2014, 07:11 PM
I had a similer experience and I think it had something to do with resting my palm on the touchpad while gaming. Try disabling it (Fn F9 I think?) and see if it goes away.

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02-04-2014, 07:16 PM
Hey joesy,

Is the game minimizing or completely exiting?

02-04-2014, 11:34 PM

Thank you all for your answers, and Im answering all your questions:
- I have Direct X installed
- I run Visual Studio 2008, SQL server 2012, Fireworks CS4, and Office 2007; I choosed these because they open incredibly fast.
- And the game is minimizing, not completely exiing.

I will try the advice as dnasmith said, disable the touchpad.

Will waiting for more answers. Thanks!

02-05-2014, 03:24 AM
Touchpad / windows button / background app.

I'd try installing some free game (off steam?) to see if a new game runs ok. Old games, maybe run in compatibility?

02-08-2014, 08:35 PM
Thanks to all, the asnwer is: disabling the touch pad, like DNASmith said, and noone said the same. Something so simple.


02-11-2014, 08:32 PM
If anybody is interested, you can also try disabling the touchpad edge sensitive gestures instead if you don't want to disable the touchpad completely as mentioned in this sticky thread:

02-11-2014, 09:30 PM
You should not need to disable the touchpad all together, just the corners. Sometimes the touch feature can get in the way when typing.