1.    30 Jul 2015 #1
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    [Unresolved] Touchpad issues after upgrade

    Windows 10 was slow to download through Windows Update last night and never actually started the installation process after trying to download it 3 times. I went to the Microsoft website and downloaded the tool and installed it successfully that way. Now I have no mouse pointer. Hitting Ctrl shows it is in the middle of the screen but not visible nor able to move. Is this a driver issue? Is my laptop in tablet mode somehow?

    Thanks for any feedback or suggestions!

    Also, I have a GS60 Ghost-003. The one with the 860m GPU.
    Last edited by StrikeForce33; 30 Jul 2015 at 10:04.
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