Ноутбук Samsung np350e5c -s09ru после миграции ос с hdd на SSD (Win8) при обновлении драйверов через SW update (в частности программа Settings). Купить ноутбук Samsung NP350E5C -S06 по низким ценам. Подробные характеристики, описания, обзоры, отзывы, драйвера на ноутбук Samsung.
Touchpad issues on Samsung laptop. roger_m Registered Member. Joined: Jan 25, 2009 Posts: 4,018.
I've just purchased a second hand Samsung NP350E5C-A01AU laptop, which I've just upgraded to Windows 8. 1 from Windows 8. While the laptop is only two years old and in basically new condition, I am having a serious issue with the touchpad. When I use the touchpad, movement of the pointer is very slightly jerky. I've spent some time already trying to improve the situation with no luck. I've tried a number different versions of the Synaptics touchpad drivers. I have used the updated driver installed by the included SW Update software from Samsung and the driver Windows installs after uninstalling the existing driver from Device Manager.
- Здравствуйте ув. жители форума! Купил недавно книгу Samsung NP350E5C S0A, в комплекте шла вин 8, т.е. отказаться от нее было.
- Форум о ноутбуках и компьютерах - Samsung NP350E5C -S04RU На сайте производителя драйверов под Windows 7 нет. Ставил в.
- Купить ноутбук Samsung NP350E5C -S0A по низким ценам. Подробные характеристики, описания, обзоры, отзывы, драйвера на ноутбук Samsung.
I've installed several different versions of drivers with the driver update software DriveTheLife. Also, I've installed the updated driver from Windows Update (which suprisingly is a very recent driver, and is newer than the driver at the Synaptics website, or any other Synaptics driver I've found). It makes no difference if the laptop is plugged in or running on battery power. Also, there are no options in either the Windows or Synaptics mouse properties which help. I'm certain it is not a defective touchpad, as I've used several laptops with similar issues in the past two years.
An obvious solution is to use an external mouse, but I do want to sort out the touchpad issue (if it possible to do so). While, in this case the laptop is for someone else, with my own laptops an excellent touchpad is a must, as I use the touchpad instead of an external mouse at least 99.
9% of the time, and that's not going to change anytime soon. If the issues can't be fixed, and if the customer want to use the touchpad and not a mouse, I'll have to no option but to sell this laptop and purchase an alternative one.
This is only the second Samsung laptop I've used. As far as I can recall, the touchpad on the other model worked fine.