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  1. #31
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    Laptop (Model)gl702vm
    Motherboardz170 gamer pro
    Processorg4400
    Graphics Card #1asus turbo gtx1060 6g
    Graphics Card #2gtx1060 6g
    CPU Coolerdeepcool maelstom 120
    Power Supplycorsair cx500
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    ive tried every driver possible

    ive tried finding different drivers for i2c ive had microsoft input configuration device drivers and asus input configuration device drivers,
    the second i opened my laptop the right click didnt work, so going to microsoft generic hid device drivers gave me my right click back.
    ive scoured windows.update catalogue searched by device -vendor id, looked at other devices related to i2c
    asus seem to be using either a new i2c ACPI/elan1200 or theyve customized it so other drivers from elan wont work
    with fully updated drivers:
    scrolling breaks and the pointer breaks up and stutters and resets for a few minutes right click doesnt work on reboots, asus need to own upto this and bring an updated bios.

    with microsoft driver: still breaks up and tpuch input is un responsive

    this device had the same issue and was fixed with a bios update: Acer Aspire V5-591G
    https://community.acer.com/t5/Window...10/td-p/372205

    it also has an elan i2c touchpad ACPI/elan1000

    they simply added an option in the bios to disable advanced touchpad features

    if this isn't sorted soon ill be sending my laptop back

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-squirrel View Post
    This issue and its resolution are mentioned in the FAQ section of the support page.

    https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1031506/

    If you don't want to read it, here are the steps:

    1. Open Device Manager
    2. Expand Human Interface Devices
    3. Right click on Microsoft Input Configuration Device and choose Update Driver
    4. Choose to search automatically..
    5. Let Windows install the new driver for this device

    I have a GL702VM and can confirm that it worked...and is still working after several reboots.
    This worked for me. Thanks

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    Exclamation A simple fix?

    I got this issue once, but on a GL502VMK.

    I only restarted the laptop and the problem was gone!

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