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    [QUOTE=stararasty;552378]
    Quote Originally Posted by thbdwn View Post
    8. Unzip the Synaptics driver folder and run the setup.exe



    Hi, when i try to unzip t and run the setup.exe an error pops up saying Synaptics device not found, i have run it as an administrator as well but nothing.

    do you know anythign about this?? :/
    I'm getting this too.

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    My mouse pad just stooped working completely after one of the last updates.

    I installed the ATK driver from the support page in my case the G750 JH - https://www.asus.com/us/support/Down...UmqVj4iNX5/45/

    Seems to be working so far.

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    Good fix!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dredmix View Post
    My mouse pad just stooped working completely after one of the last updates.

    I installed the ATK driver from the support page in my case the G750 JH - https://www.asus.com/us/support/Down...UmqVj4iNX5/45/

    Seems to be working so far.
    I've got a G75VW. Touchpad wouldn't turn off after Windows 10 update. Downloaded the ATK Package here. Works GREAT now!!!

    ASUS website link: http://www.asus.com/support/Download/3/588/0/1/41/

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    Sometime while installing Windows 10 the drivers get corrupted or damaged and start showing error to fix the issue try reinstalling the drivers this might be fix the issue.

    • Press Windows Key + X and choose Device Manager.
    • When Device Manager starts, go to Display Adapters section and locate your graphic card driver.
    • Right click the driver and choose Uninstall
    • Check Remove the driver software for this device and click OK.
    • After you’ve uninstalled the driver, restart your computer.
    • When your computer restarts, go to your ASUS drivers manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers.
    • Install the downloaded drivers.

    Or else perfrom a clean installation of Windows 10.

    The entire ifnromation is taken from: http://www.fixwindowserrors.biz/blog...tm_campaign=bl

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    Quote Originally Posted by lorein0688 View Post
    Sometime while installing Windows 10 the drivers get corrupted or damaged and start showing error to fix the issue try reinstalling the drivers this might be fix the issue.

    • Press Windows Key + X and choose Device Manager.
    • When Device Manager starts, go to Display Adapters section and locate your graphic card driver.
    • Right click the driver and choose Uninstall
    • Check Remove the driver software for this device and click OK.
    • After you’ve uninstalled the driver, restart your computer.
    • When your computer restarts, go to your ASUS drivers manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers.
    • Install the downloaded drivers.

    Or else perfrom a clean installation of Windows 10.

    The entire ifnromation is taken from: http://www.fixwindowserrors.biz/blog...tm_campaign=bl
    I think the poster meant to go to "Mice and other pointing devices" find PS/2 Touchpad which is inside/below the "Mice and ...", then continue to Uninstall the driver and driver software. Then continue with the rest of these instructions.

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