Sny Vaio touchpad lagging

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meronr

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Hi,
I own a Sony Vaio VPCEE25FG laptop and have noticed over the last week or so the touchpad has been playing up. When I swipe my finger across it, it seems to lag, or not move, making me have to swipe again. (I hope that makes sense)
I have checked the settings, sensitivity, updated drivers etc. It is using the ALPS driver. I have even uninstalled that driver and tried the synaptics driver and still no change. I am not sure if it just because the touchpad is worn ie. It is shiny and smooth in the area most used.

Hoping you can help.

Cheers.

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Hi meronr.

If you haven't already you could try using a driver from Sony that's meant for that particular laptop.

Click this link :- http://www.sony-asia.com/support/product/vpcee25fg

Then enter your OS and under that select Original driver, tick the Terms and Conditions box and scroll down to the Pointing device driver and download it, unzip and run the setup.exe file.

Let us know if that helps or not please.
 

meronr

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Thanks, I have already tried that. Have done it again and restarted laptop still with no change. Any other suggestions???
 

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I own a Sony Vaio VPCEE25FG laptop

OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Sony VAIO VPCEE25FG

According to its "Downloads" section for Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, it has an ALPS touchpad.

Go to the "FAQs" section and then type touchpad in the search bar. The links that appear should be helpful to you.

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meronr

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Try step 5 here :- https://sony-paa-pa-en-web--paa.cus...-not-work-properly,-works-without-touching-it,

I would stop after step 5 and let us know what happened.
Hi,
After checking everything, it seems like my ac adapter might be a little old and the wires seem to be exposed. I only use the ac adapter since my battery died. I might try and replace the battery and ac adapter and see if that helps. Might be a week or 2 until I get new ones, so I will respond once I have received them.
Thanks for your help :)
 

meronr

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Sony VAIO VPCEE25FG

According to its "Downloads" section for Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, it has an ALPS touchpad.

Go to the "FAQs" section and then type touchpad in the search bar. The links that appear should be helpful to you.

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Hi,
Yes I have tried updating the ALPS touchpad drivers.....no change.
Thanks :)
 

meronr

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Update:
I have bought a new battery and it still doesn't seem to work properly...anyone have any ideas...PLEEEEEEASE :)
 
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