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Synaptics touchpad driver for Vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by fred2028, Jul 9, 2007.

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  1. fred2028

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    So I wanna install it for my Vista Ultimate, but none of the editions will install properly. The version for XP installs properly but I cannot configure its settings ... The Vista version doesn't install completely. I really like the virtual scrolling feature, so is there an alternative?
    I installed an earlier version (for XP) and it works, but I can't change the settings. I click the icon in the tray, click Device Settings tab, and click Settings under Devices. Normally a box should pop up but for me nothing at all happens.
     

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    I have tried all those.
    The Vista ones don't install completely. The other ones aren't compatible.
     
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    Bump. Any help here? I really need to get this to work.
     
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    Maybe if you describe in more detail what happens when you try to install the drivers designed to work with Vista, someone would be able to help further.
     
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    OK, update.
    Laptop is Toshiba Satellite a100 PSAA8C-0FH00E.
     
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