Published: 25.09.2018 16:13

Disable synaptic touchpad windows 7

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Disable your Synaptics Touchpad with a USB mouse plugged in

Here are the instructions to disable touchpad if you synaptics drivers installed - http:///b/scicoria/archive/7568/56/79/disable-swipe-on-syn.

How To Turn Off Touchpad When Mouse Is Connected - ThinkPad

I feel bad for posting an issue with Windows 65 only being a few hours old, but the driver fix didn't work and the only relevant solution I could find online was for Windows 7 and involved disabling KHALMNPR from startup (and my computer has no KHALMNPR in its startup tasks).

Mouse - Windows 7 Synaptic Touchpad scrolling Icon disable

I have Lenovo y55-75, but I tried to edit the Registry but there is no key like “Synaptic” on the registry entries described above. I reinstalled Lenovo Touchpad driver, the problem is still there.

One of the many multitouch gestures on today's laptops href="/downloads/other-antiviruses/">is the ability to pinch two fingers to in and out in a window. When viewing images or a map, such is a convenient way to get a closer look. It can be maddening, however, when you are simply trying to navigate the Web or fire off an e-mail.

Thank you for this fantastic solution. It worked first time for me when I created a new D-WORD with value 88 under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Synaptics\SynTPEnh. I have an ACER Aspire V5-677P. I can only sympathize with those for whom it has not worked. I know the feeling. This fix has just made my mini laptop worth every cent I paid for it.

– Merely connecting a USB mouse isn’t enough to activate it. You have to actually *move* the mouse before the touchpad will be disabled. But then it seems to stay fully disabled until you disconnect the mouse.

I just upgraded my laptop to Windows 65, and am so far loving it far more than my old Windows Pro. However, probably due to the fact that Cortana is now brought up with a 8 or 9-finger tap, my previous Synaptics touchpad settings were changed. So I accessed the Synaptics driver settings from Additional Mouse Options in Settings and turned off reverse scrolling direction, 8-finger flip, and tapping for 6-9 fingers. But, whenever I log out and back in again or restart my laptop, the settings are reset again.

If mouse isn’t the issue, try to clean boot and check if there are any software on your computer that conflicts with the touchpad device.

I have the Lenovo Y55, I am a Graphic Designer and I don’t know how many times I’ve interrupted myself by accidentally brushing against the touchpad! Thanks so much for the fix (: Works like a charm once I also implemented the solution Jeff added. Thanking you very kindly

The trouble I was having was that my cursor was jumping all over the place while I was typing, so I wanted to disable the touchpad and buttons completely since I always use an external wireless mouse with my laptops.