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Posted 21 January 2013 - 20:21
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Posted 22 January 2013 - 15:28
I have had the same issue with my Dell L702X which also uses a Synaptics multi-touch device.
I found that the drivers supplied by Synaptics themselves don't enable a lot of features by default and are for reference purposes. To get the extra features like gestures you really need updated drivers from your OEM or try another OEM's package e.g. Dell, HP.
Control Panel/Mouse Properties/Hardware Tab. Click on the one for your touchpad.
Or may be another Tab there, I can't remember.
If it's not there, look in you Tray and see if there's something for the touchpad in there, or I guess you could look there first too.
If there's nothing in either spot for the touchpad, it's not installed.
My touchpad show in Mouse Properties cuz it's a driver that I probably shouldn't be using, but in shows in the Tray, and does all gestures.
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Posted 10 October 2013 - 06:23
Just tried Lenovo and HP drivers. Still not working. Ugh, this is so disappointing.
I just got a new ultrabook with Windows 8 (coming from a MacBook) and I have exactly the same problem, no matter what drivers i use. I got myself an Acer S7-392 ultrabook.
Could you resolve the problem somehow? There are a few people out there in the www having the same problem, but I couldn't find a solution so far...any help would be appreciated!