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  Topic : [Problem]2 Finger Scroll quit working New Topic
Courtley
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Posted:1/21/2010 10:36:00 AM # 1
Got new Eee PC a few days ago, but can't seem to get the multi-finger gestures to work. The 2-finger scroll action shows the scroll-bar rectangle, but nothing happens. Any ideas anyone?

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2000lbs
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Posted:1/28/2010 3:27:00 AM # 2
Scrolling on my machine was not enabled by default- if you have not already done so, go to your toolbar, show your hidden icons, click on the Synaptics Pointing Device icon, choose Pointing Device Properties,  Click on the Device Settings tab, expand the "scrolling" branch, and ensure your one and two finger options are checked.

If you have already done this and it doesn't work, others have reported success in checking and upgrading the touchpad driver-which you can access through the ASUS Support Download page.

Good Luck.

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Posted:1/31/2010 4:47:00 AM # 3
I have the same problem. The scrolling quit. The cursor changes to the scrolling cursor, but it doesn't scroll. I went to the synaptics device properties and made sure scrolling was enabled. No luck. I downloaded the latest driver. No luck. Updated the BIOS! no luck. I love the computer, but am frustrated to not be able to use the multi-touch features. In another forum, users said they went to the Synaptics site and downloaded their driver and that worked. I guess I will have to try that next.

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Posted:1/31/2010 8:56:00 AM # 4
OK, I tried reinstalling the latest driver, and this time it worked. The scrolling works perfectly, now. Problem solved. (for me, at least)

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Courtley
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Posted:2/13/2010 3:38:00 AM # 5
That did it. The driver from Asus didn't help, but the generic driver from Synaptics did the trick. Thanks.

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Zawadzki
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Posted:3/29/2010 6:56:00 AM # 6
Go to

http://www.synaptics.com/support/drivers

Then download the file named Windows XP/Vista and Win7 32-bit Edition v14.0.3

Install it and the job is done!!

Good luck...

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Stocklone
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Posted:1/5/2011 10:18:00 AM # 7

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Author: Zawadzki Posted: 3/29/2010 6:56:00 AM

Go to

http://www.synaptics.com/support/drivers

Then download the file named Windows XP/Vista and Win7 32-bit Edition v14.0.3

Install it and the job is done!!

Good luck...



That worked perfectly for my U43JC notebook! Thank you so much!

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