1.    19 Feb 2016 #1
    Join Date : Feb 2016
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    Windows 10 x86

    Many problems after updates. Blackscreen, scroll & blinking load wheel

    Hey guys,

    I've updated to windows 10 and have been enjoying it for the most part. I have a hybrid pc, which is actually an Asus Tablet with a dock. It's an asus T200TA. But lately I have been running into some trouble and I really need help.

    After the december (2015) big update I lost the ability to scroll using two fingers on my trackpad. Since many people were also getting trackpad problems I decided to update my driver (synaptics). After much effort finding a more recent driver and installing it (because windows 10 kept saying I already had the most recent and I couldn't run it), the issue went away. Two days ago, for no apparent reason, the issue came back. Could it be that windows updated itself and in the process "updated" my trackpad driver to another crappy one again?

    Another issue that I have is with the wake up screen. Once it sleeps and I awaken it, sometimes, at least 30% of the time I get a semi-black screen instead of my login screen. The mouse cursor is visible but it's the only thing I can control, everything else is black. The only way to get into windows is to hit CRTL+ALT+DEL. Then the login screen appears immediately, not the äctual task manager. If my dock is not plugged, I have to shut down the pc forcefully or plug the dock. Curiously this issue started soon after I installed the driver that made my two+finger scrolling return. Don't know if it could be related but it's worth mentioning.

    The third issue began last night. Again, for no apparent reason (no software installed or anything out of the ordinary), my mouse cursor started displaying that "loading" blue circle, as if the pc was "busy" with something. At first I attributed it to a background update that could be occurring, or something of the like. The circle is not consistently on, it blinks, exactly as if a heavy task was being executed. It just never ends. For this one I have no ideas of the reason or what to do.

    Could you guys give me a hint about how to proceed with these bugs? They are really bothering me and affecting my productivity. I've searched and tried everything I knew, but now I'm stuck.

    Thanks for the help!
    Last edited by Eska123; 20 Feb 2016 at 09:12.
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