I think it’s also still worth checking out the old thread about it as well though, especially since not everyone will have Elan touchpads. I’m one of those who have been suffering with this Focaltech shit. I had a conversation with Asus Support, and all they say: The drivers provided in the link on top work on asus laptops, but not very well, so I spend some time searching through the microsoft update catalog, and after having tested close to 10 different drivers, I have finally found a perfect driver! The touchpad will work just fine without it Please tell me if this worked for you: ASUS makes good hardware but writes garbage software and documentation.
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I tried to install your driver first, then the Elan and Synaptics one. The drivers provided in the link on top work on asus laptops, but not very well, so I spend some time searching through the microsoft update catalog, and after having tested close to 10 different drivers, I have finally found a perfect driver!
I can not find where the settings are Tap to click sensitivity was hit or miss regardless of tweaking Piece of junk with crappy drivers. Windows10 subscribe unsubscribereaders users here now Subreddit theme is disabled, let us know why so we can improve it, message us. It does the same when there’s no drivers installed.
Elsewhere by the way, Asus support gezture that there is no setting in SG to disable smart gesture. Worked well for me except one little thing. ASUS makes good hardware but writes garbage software and documentation.
So I didn’t want to do that. Works for all laptops with elan touchpads self.
Doesn’t seem to work for me with Asus XDP. They have fifteen different laptops, with completely different hardware, that all touchpadd the same bios settings.
I can do two exactly same swipes and in one case the pointer will move an inch, and in other it will fly across two monitors With this bug you aaus use most of the Windows Store apps correctly.
If it’s anything like the last version, the very few settings they haven’t hidden completely are available when you open the “SmartarseGesture” program. Hi, I’m having troubles with my PC. This answer is probably late, but it is now possible to install Windows Precision drivers on Asus laptops, I’ve just done that on my A55VJ and it seems to work flawlessly. ass
Do not post pirated content or promote it in any way. Asus basically just made a wrapper for the elantech driver, and removed a bunch of functions from it the last time. Your name or email address: I thought the asus drivers weren’t that bad not enough to make me switchbut the tampering with the energy toudhpad was the droplet that caused the beaker to overflow.
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Two finger scrolling is buggy, pointer acceleration is absolutely ridiculous and unpredictable, and the overall movement is highly inconsistent. If you mean swipe, three-finger scroll, zoom, multitouch, that sort of thing.
Replace ASUS Smart Gesture with Elantech
I had a conversation with Asus Support, and all they say: And pick the older driver before the Smartgesture drivers. Which updated version can I download that is compatible with my laptop? Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Ssus.
Log in or sign up in seconds. Just finding this thread which confirms that 1 not having Smart Gesture is a blessing and 2 there is no way to scroll or get advanced touchpad functions without SG or some other horrible software installed is a great service!
I feel your pain, I have spent a couple of hours trying to get rid of this application since it gives me a lot of issues. The touchpad will work just fine without it Please tell me if this worked for you: