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Samsung touchpad

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I have a Samsung laptop sf410, 64 bit. I was using Windows 7. Sometime early this year I had an attack of virus / malware. This got cleaned by the software forum at that time. However, I was recommended to upgrade to Windows 10 which I did but since then I have been having issues with my touch pad. So I manually remove the touch pad driver called Etdware x64 whql and then it runs fine after restart. But every time windows 10 runs an update, it puts it back there again and hence the touch pad does not function properly mainly with pointer issues, it is sluggish and does not point where you want it to go quickly. I have to work really hard to use the touch pad. In short im having a touchpad driver issue. It is definitely conflicting with my laptop. Do u think you can fix this ? Or is there a way go back to Windows 7 ? Is there an appropriate driver for my laptop touch pad that will not conflict with Windows 10? Can you suggest or help with this ? Thanks and appreciate it in advance.


Edit by phillpower2; Duplicate thread closed, replied to at original thread here

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