Latest Synaptics Touchpad Driver for Windows 10

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  1. Posts : 2
    Win 10
       #31

    I have a Sony Vaio vgn-sr190 laptop that I just did a clean install of Windows 10. Everything appears to work fine except for any scrolling. When installation completed, the touchpad was identified as the ps2. Scrolling would not work. I then uninstalled the driver and tried the smbus version, no difference. I did go into properties and disabled 2 finger scrolling which I never used before but also seemed to not work and enabled 1 finger scrolling but still no luck.

    any other ideas on this?
    thanks
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  2. Posts : 2
    Win 10
       #32

    Philt56 said:
    I have a Sony Vaio vgn-sr190 laptop that I just did a clean install of Windows 10. Everything appears to work fine except for any scrolling. When installation completed, the touchpad was identified as the ps2. Scrolling would not work. I then uninstalled the driver and tried the smbus version, no difference. I did go into properties and disabled 2 finger scrolling which I never used before but also seemed to not work and enabled 1 finger scrolling but still no luck.

    any other ideas on this?
    thanks
    After I did this manual instal Windows update wants to install a ps2 port version.. I notice that version doesn't. Have separate options for 1 vs 2 finger scrolling.
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  3. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #33

    geoffers said:
    I've had exactly the same issue on my Samsung Q330 laptop, with the initial W7>W10 upgrade, and again with the W10-1511 upgrade.

    I assume you've downloaded and are using the latest Synaptics 19.0.19.1 driver update?

    If so, what you need to do is this...

    1. Go into Device Manager, select Mouse and click update drivers, then select the following.
      1. Browse My Computer
      2. Let me pick from a list
      3. Have disk button
      4. select the folder with the new Synaptics drivers (in my case it was ..\WinWDF\x86)
      5. select synSmbDrv.inf, and install
      6. Reboot, then you will find the additional touchpad options from <WinKey+I> Mouse
    Thanks, this worked for me. Was getting really annoyed at not being able to scroll.:)
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  4. Posts : 2
    Arch Linux and Windows 10
       #34

    Coram Daes said:
    I feel you AnonVendetta.

    I have a Lenovo IdeaPad Y510P and struggled for a long time to get W8 and later W8.1 to work stable on it. In retrospect I know it boiled down to the Synaptics driver, where installing the latest would cause Windows, even W10P, to BSOD or prompt for a "refresh" installation. Since then I have not dared to update these drivers, fearing just this issue might reoccur.

    Maybe I will try this the last driver....
    I have the same laptop - and today forced the update using the method quoted earlier in this thread, and ignoring the dire warning about the possibility of it making the laptop unstable or not working - since Lenovo's drivers for this laptop are way way out of date - the main key to installing this newest driver was to uninstall the older driver (which required two consecutive reboots after uninstalling the old one (19.0.14) before then installing 19.0.19 - and then rebooting again. However it took me three hours to get it all to happen. However now that 19.0.19 is installed and comfirmed in the devices menus it does work well, and edge scrolling as well as right clicking to get a context menu works for the first time since I installed Windows 8.1 on this machine. Hope you can get yours to install and work too.
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  5. Posts : 2
    Arch Linux and Windows 10
       #35

    The same 19.0.19 driver installed on a Lenovo S540 also works very well.
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  6. Posts : 4
    Windows 10 / Windows 7
       #36

    It does not work on my DELL 3521, two-finger -rightclick is not working. And can not to install this driver seperatly. just only download from Dell suppost site, and install from dell.
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  7. Posts : 31
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #37

    TinhNhan said:
    It does not work on my DELL 3521, two-finger -rightclick is not working. And can not to install this driver seperatly. just only download from Dell suppost site, and install from dell.
    Check this post: Latest Synaptics Touchpad Driver for Windows 10 - Page 2 - Windows 10 Forums
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  8. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #38

    hello i have hp dv6 6010 el with synaptics touchpad installed with latest driver but not work the double tap on the left corner for disable this.any ideas?thanks
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  9. Posts : 1
    Windows 8.1 Pro
       #39

    Hello everyone, I'm trying to help a friend of mine with his Windows 10 Acer laptop. To do that I need the drivers from Synaptics but when I try to download them from their website the connection takes too long and the browser fails to even begin the download. I even tried to download them from my smartphone with my 4G connection but I have the same issue. Could anybody of you upload the latest PS2-SMBus drivers somewhere? Thank you very much :)
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  10. Posts : 13
    Windows 10
       #40

    Hi,
    I have a Lenovo Y580 laptop. I installed fresh Windows 10 Pro x64 a couple of weeks ago. I have tried to use this driver (19.0.19.1) but after each time I install it Windows 10 update keeps reverting the driver back to the earlier 19.0.9.5 version. I have also tried the official Microsoft troubleshooter tool to hide the Synaptics Driver in Windows Update but it did not work. It just keeps replacing it with the older version every time which is quite frustrating.
    So at the moment I am on 19.0.9.5 and I am also experiencing the issue of some clicks not getting registered when I use the touchpad's clicking mechanism. (mentioned earlier in this thread)

    If someone could help or suggest something I would highly appreciate it!
    Thank you!
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