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I honestly do not remember if I installed them in that order. I just followed the prompt when it asked me if I wanted to install windows 10.

Also, I tried downloading the driver from the Dell Website but was unable to. There was no driver for the touchpad. I used the link from that video to get the driver.

Can you uninstall the touchpad driver and let Windows install touchpad driver don't install any touchpad driver if its not from laptop manufacturer website.


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I honestly do not remember if I installed them in that order. I just followed the prompt when it asked me if I wanted to install windows 10.

Also, I tried downloading the driver from the Dell Website but was unable to. There was no driver for the touchpad. I used the link from that video to get the driver.

Can you uninstall the touchpad driver and let Windows install touchpad driver don't install any touchpad driver if its not from laptop manufacturer website.

 

That is exactly what I did. It would not reinstall the appropriate driver. I lost all multi-touch capabilities. It provides just basic mouse control.


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Synaptics' TouchPad device drivers are customized and supported by notebook manufacturers to meet specific driver requirements for their individual products. To ensure the appropriate driver for your device, always use the driver your specific notebook OEM supports. Use Windows Update which may install Synaptics' TouchPad device driver.

 

 

"How to Use the Precision Touchpad Features in Windows 8(8.1) and 10"

http://www.dell.com/...19/SLN298584/en


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I tried that, it did not install the synaptics touchpad driver.
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Where did you get the first synaptics touchpad driver that was installed.

 

"This device cannot start" Code 10 error in Device Manager in Windows"


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It must have automatically installed when I upgraded to Windows 10
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The Windows Update installs all drivers and software for the touchpad. Visit below link to download synaptics touchpad driver.

 

http://www.synaptics.com/resources


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Ok, thank you for finding that for me. For some reason I had trouble with finding it. Anyway, I got the touchpad working correctly again. Thank you.

 

Now what steps should I take to get the Video card to respond correctly now that the touchpad driver is fixed.


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Are you still getting BSOD error?


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