How do I adjust the touchpad sensitvity on an Acer V5 571 6893 (Windows 8)? I saw one post on the subject that suggested taping bubble wrap over the touchpad to overcome the erratic behavior of the overly sensitive touchpad. Is this the state of the art technology I just purchased!?
On my Acer Aspire V5-571P-6648 there is no adjustment whatsoever on the Elan touchpad controls for sensitivity. And yes, every time my hand brushe lightly over the touchpad, it totally throws off what I am doing.
Is there any way to really adjust this?
I've gone searching all over the internet over the last 2 or 3 hours and the best I can find so far is to download an app.
You can try loading a different driver from our driver download site to see if that gives you the option to change the sensitivity. The Synaptics driver for Win 7 does have the option to adjust sensitivity, but I can not guarantee it will be compatible with your hardware.
My new Acer Aspire V5 came loaded with Windows 8, which does not appear to offer an option to adjust my keyboard's touchpad sensitivity within the Control Panel's Mouse Settings...as there is no "tab on the right" labeled Elan or Device Settings.
However, my touchpad is too sensitive in that often when I'm typing on my keyboard, despite my best efforts...my cursor ends up someplace other than where I'd like it to be. Please advise. Thanks in advance.
How do I adjust the seensitivity of my touchpad in Windows 8 to prevent cursor from jumping to top of page when typing in document. Also have specific keys that are 'sticky'. Have to put more pressure on them (most specifically the r & p keys).
I went to that screen earlier but because I was so frustrated, I missed the "Touch Sensitivity" slide. The 'behavior' was driving me nuts. Would open links by hovering over the Trackpad. Thanks so much for taking the time to detail the cure! I owe you one.
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