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I've also had this issue with another laptop which I returned. This problem isn't a hardware problem as I'm connected to the same monitor with an old desktop using the same cords.

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I'm guessing there is a compatability issue with windows and the display drivers when there is an update. The mouse was really sensitive.

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I then noticed that the gestures don't work either. I cannot scroll using the mouse.

So I went into great depths and tried to figure out the problem but no solution. So I performed these steps: The pointer was still pretty slow.

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I go to the ELAN tab under mouse settings. I look and see that the "Options" button is greyed out. I uncheck the right click and left click, and some other scroll settings.

Changing the tapping, button, scrolling options does nothing. Reinstalled it, still facing the same issue.

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I try to find the most up to date similar driver. I located on that was much newer version rather than Installed it, restarted computer. I decided to go the last route before posting the issue here.

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I split the hard drive into a clean partition 60GB and installed fresh Windows 8 Pro on it, without all the Acer Drivers. Of couse I was missing the network drivers so I had to go on my Desktop to download the drivers online.

Downloaded them, copied on a Flash Drive, ran them on the Acer laptop. Still facing the issue. I got the laptop for a good discount from my work as a bonus of working there. Scrolling and clicking If you've used a decent laptop within the last decade or so, then you're already used to navigating, scrolling and clicking using a touchpad.

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With high-quality hardware, a touchpad can be an intuitive way to interface with your PC. Unfortunately, the Acer Acer Aspire E1-472 Synaptics Touchpad E1's Alps-made touchpad — including its accompanying mouse button — is simply not high quality. It's necessary to mention this now, because it just might be a deal breaker, no matter what else the E1 has to offer.

The trackpad is responsive enough when it comes to the most simple task: But when it comes to doing anything else, the surface falls well short, despite its pleasant texture. Using two fingers to scroll is terribly finicky, with the pad either not recognizing what you're trying to do or actually somehow registering a lengthy scroll in the wrong direction.

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It's bad enough that you may find yourself simply using the arrow keys to scroll, like it'sor even manually grabbing the scroll bar with the mouse pointer — like some kind of barbarian. Even worse, depending on what you're used to, the Aspire E1's mouse button is downright archaic. The single bar along the trackpad is actually divided into two buttons though you can't tell from looking at itand astonishingly there's about an inch in the middle that doesn't click at all.

A right-handed person will find it nearly impossible to Acer Aspire E1-472 Synaptics Touchpad with their right index finger and click the left side of the button with their thumb. My solution was to Acer Aspire E1-472 Synaptics Touchpad the functions of the button's two sides, so that left clicking was mapped to the right, where my thumb naturally rests when I'm using the trackpad. It's a clumsy and halfhearted solution.

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