Windows 10: How to Disable ASUS Touchpad? Solved

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  1.    25 May 2017 #11

    Downloaded and installed Smart Gesture. Checked "Disable touchpad once USB mouse is connected" That worked. Problem solved.

    Thanks to all of you!
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  2.    25 May 2017 #12

    ColMac42 said: View Post
    Downloaded and installed Smart Gesture. Checked "Disable touchpad once USB mouse is connected" That worked. Problem solved.

    Thanks to all of you!
    Thank you
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  3.    25 May 2017 #13

    sygnus21 said: View Post
    I've never had an issue with Windows automatically installing the ATK package or Smart Gesture, even under the Creator's update. And everything worked just fine. This is on a 2013 Asus Ultrabook (Zenbook Prime).
    In the past everything worked with the Windows update supplied drivers/utilities. Then one day somebody posted a similar thread and I discovered I couldn't turn my touchpad off. After upgrading to the AU I think? I use it so its not normally something I do. I downloaded the ATK from ASUS directly and installed it. And then the Fn + F9 turn off function worked again. It may have to do with what brand touchpad is installed, don't know.

    The disable when mouse connected doesn't work correctly for me. It turns my touchpad off, but doesn't always turn it back on again when I don't have my trackball plugged in. I stopped using that function, was more trouble than it was worth.
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  4.    25 May 2017 #14

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    The disable when mouse connected doesn't work correctly for me. It turns my touchpad off, but doesn't always turn it back on again when I don't have my trackball plugged in. I stopped using that function, was more trouble than it was worth.
    Different experience here as mine works as advertised - if mouse is removed/undetected, mouse pad works. If mouse is detected, mouse pad doesn't work.

    I use two different Microsoft Arc mice - both Wireless but one requires a USB dongle, the other is Bluetooth and doesn't require a dongle. Both work the same way with the mouse pad.

    As you say, maybe yours is a different type?
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