Windows 10: Keyboard not working properly after installing windows 10?
hello everyone. today i upgraded windows 8 to windows 10 on my turbo x laptop, and since then the keyboard is not working at all, although the num lock looks like it's on! i tried everything i read on forums but still nothing! i am using os 64bit. any ideas how to enable it again?
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I also searched a lot and a long time for a solution for my MEDION notebook and I might have found one in a German speaking forum.... I just registered to get the info across and hope it's okay to post a link.
Nach Upgrade von Win 8.1 auf Win 10 bei einem Notebook Medion Akoya - Microsoft Community
I will give my best to translate the important parts properly (sadly I don't know the correct english translation for the German Windows 10 expressions) :
DirkGrave found out that the reason for the keyboard bug seems to be the driver for the Synaptics Touchpad.... strange as it sound... He deactivated it and his keyboard worked properly:
1. Settings at the Windows 10 Startmenu
2. "Geräte" in german... the part where you can set Bluetooth, printer or mouse
3. under "Mouse and Touchpad" extended settings
4. Here he deactivated the Synaptic Touchpad and his keyboard worked properly again.
I can confirm that after deactivating the touchpad my keyboard worked again, even so Windows installed a Lenovo driver at my notebook.
I hope, that this might help you! If you have questions because of my bad english please ask, I will try my best to answer the,[/QUOTE]
Yes! This is a solution I can use!
Rigth click at the Windows Icon, Select "Device Manager" (Enhedhåndtering in Danish)
Select and expand "Mouse and pointing Devices"
Right click at "Lenovo Pointing Device" and select remove.
Restart Your PC, and the Keybord work correct now. (And if You look at the Lenovo Pointing it is active again, it seems to be a conflict that happend due to the sequence the are loadet in)
Last edited by phimanh; 19 Aug 2015 at 19:05.
Last edited by phimanh; 19 Aug 2015 at 19:05.
So does the Windows key plus the spacebar fix the problem of the cursor jumping in a sentence or paragraph around when typing? Here's an example of how aggravating it is: "noying This is an extremly an especially when spacing."
After installing windows 10, windows start to download and install update . I see
Synaptics pointing Device driver version 184.108.40.206 conflicts with my laptop Toshiba Satellite L775D-S7226 .
Problem is after updating (installing) some number keys did not work such as 1,2,3,4 and spacebar.
So I enter control panel, choose Uninstall program and click Synaptics pointing Device driver to uninstall it.
After that my keyboard get back to normal.
I get in Toshiba webstite and download touchpad driver (Synaptic pointing Device driver version 220.127.116.11) for my laptop, I installed it and see the laptop works normally. I think it is OK. But
Windows update continue reinstall that update again and again. So I continue to search online and find some solution for my laptop:
There are 3 options:
Trashbuster from Ten forum said:
2/- Download package from Microsoft.
That is "Download the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter package" from here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...source=twitter.
After this solution, my laptop still downloading that stubborn driver. So I make a next step.
3/Get back to website Toshiba support, enter Model number of laptop, I click on windows 10-64bit and found a Synaptics pointing device driver (version 18.104.22.168) newer than the one windows update
installed into my laptop (version 22.214.171.124 ). Download and install it. Restart. Try to check windows update (setting>Update and Security) and do not see that stubborn update appears again.
My keyboard get back to normal. The solution resolved.
Thanks...I owe you one!
I had upgraded my Tosh C670D laptop and after marathon install went to bed quite happy.
Next morning, same keyboard problem as you.
Keys 1 2 3 4 and space bar not working.
Looked everywhere and tried different options...no joy!
After seeing your advice, I did this:-
Rolled back Lenovo mouse and drivers...so went back to 'PS/2 compatible mouse'.
However, after a restart the Lenovo mouse driver was back!
So I changed the Windows 10 settings to stop the OS installing better drivers automatically.
All is now well and my keyboard is functioning 100%.
Thanks again for your posting.
Last edited by Jim9890989; 21 Aug 2015 at 04:39.
Can you tell me how you changed the Windows 10 settings to stop the OS installing better drivers automatically. ?
I used the method shown here (says Win 7 but works for Win 10).
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