Acer Aspire 8930 touched scroll up/down dosn´t work, I´ve got Windows 10 installed is that a problem?
Check device mgr for any driver issues. If it finds any, right click on the device and let windows search for an updated driver. Jack E/NJ
Go to control panel. Search "mouse". Click on mouse settings. What do you see?
Go back to control panel mouse settings. Also open up device mgr and click on the Human Interface and Mouse directories. What disappears & what re-appears when you temporarily disconnect & re-connect your external mouse?
OK, try this without an external mouse. Open device manager again. Click on the Mice directory. Right click on each device shown to update driver. Allow windows to automatically search for the best driver. Do the same thing for the Human Interface directory. Windows may decide the best drivers are already installed. If so, there may be additional steps possible to get scrolling active again.
Sometimes an icon appears in the taskbar, sometimes not. Depends on the driver installation program. Your touchpad seems to be at least partially activated by a generic Win10 mouse driver. If there are any Win10 updates available, the system should find them as outlined above. Jack E/NJ
Nop it will not work :-(
Your touchpad is an older Synaptics model TM-00372-012 for which a specific Win10 driver is apparently not yet available. Unfortunately, these kinds of device issues are often encountered when changing the original factory-installed operating system. It's possible that future Win10 updates will fix this limited touchpad functionality in your case. But for now your options are to either use an external USB mouse with scrolling capabilities or re-set your machine to the original factory-installed WinVista or Win7 while saving your data. If it were my machine, I'd chose to buy a wireless USB mouse for $20 rather than deal with the hassle of trying to recover all my Win7 or WinVista settings just before I decided to try Win10. Jack E/NJ
Your welcome. But sorry that the solution to this annoying touchpad issue wasn't more satisfying. Perhaps a better fix will become available in either a future Win10 or Synaptics software driver update. Jack E/NJ
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