After trying solutions above, you hot keys should work again. On the left panel select General. Maybe I found a solution myself! I guess it could be done manually somehow, but it may be tricky. I would log onto the laptop and my touchpad would work for like a minute. Here is a list of. Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date 3 Apr 13, 2019 1 Feb 11, 2019 0 Feb 5, 2019 1 Jan 30, 2019 1 Jan 29, 2019 0 Jan 24, 2019 0 Jan 13, 2019 1 Jan 10, 2019 0 Jan 2, 2019 1 Dec 27, 2018 3 Dec 23, 2018 1 Dec 10, 2018 2 Dec 4, 2018 1 Oct 20, 2018 2 Oct 13, 2018 2 Oct 8, 2018 4 Oct 4, 2018 0 Sep 30, 2018 1 Sep 23, 2018 1 Jul 5, 2015.
Of course when I clean Installed windows 8. The F9 option at boot up does not work. Removes apps and drivers you installed. Tab down to Settings and then key down to Mouse and touchpad. Again, I could be wrong on that and it doesn't explain why other installation media doesn't want to work. Try this: hit the windows button on your keyboard to pull up the start menu.
I have tried everything I can think of. To check the boot order. The F8 and F9 keys at boot time still don't work, but after some googling I came to the conclusion that there is a general issue on Windows 8. We are glad to assist you. Once in the Setup Utility, using your arrow keys navigate to the Boot options page.
Anyway, I can reboot to the Recovery Environment. This will start the recovery procedure, including the installation of all the drivers and utilities. All this just need one mouse click. Remove Everything This is to reset Windows 10. Like I said, I have no recovery or installation media, and can't find a way to create any. Wait for the system to restart, then agree to the licensing agreement when prompted.
And install to first partition. Does anyone have any suggestions for this? There is not even the pointer on the screen. Visit the vendors site and download new keyboard hotkeys driver for that model. It may be a good idea to uninstall any existing hotkey drivers or software you have have had installed previously before installed the Windows 10 drivers. In some cases you might have to go on the website of the manufacturer and download the drivers for the touchpad. I installed the latest driver atkpackage from the asus site for Windows 8.
And if you look by product id on the site, all you get is. . Please post as much Information as possible so as we can assist with your issue. Cheers You accidentally turned off touchpad, no option to turn it back on. To answer your questions: 1 Have you made any changes to the keyboard settings prior to the issue? I thought a clean factory reset will fix the issue. It should now have the original factory settings. After that, i noticed that my touchpad was working because i had my palm on the touchpad while typing Idk if it's a reliable solution.
Now the F9 bootkey to start Windows repair options at boot time is back and everything is fine! My touchpad was not even being recognised in device manager. However I did not upgrade to windows 8 Pro. The factory recovery partition is untouched and as far as I know intact. Later, when I went to do a complete wipe and reinstall using the recovery disk, the system would not boot with the upgraded bios. Confirm your name, password and time and date when prompted.
The keyboard shortcut didn't work and I tried updating the driver but it didn't work either. I'll bet someone is going to get burned! Thanks I'm having the same problem, only Fn + F9 no longer disables the touchpad. See here: All of your personal files will be deleted and your settings will be reset. I've tried some solutions but nothing happen. I've seen that work one time for another user as well. I tried utilizing the advice you posted. I used a toothbrush and contact cleaner.
I have uploaded the zip file that contains the dump as instructed. You can also try to tape down the connection to ensure that it is connected. From there you should be able to reset or refresh your system if needed. It starts and the first time it reboots the desktop loads and it says its still working. When the new driver installed, I found a window with the option to turn on the touchpad, similar to the one that turned it off. Everything is fine, can boot to windows and yes i want to factory reset but there is an f9 recovery function that came with the laptip but i have done a clean install once and updated my bios and since then it does not work anymore Similar help and support threads Thread Forum Hi,in asus x550l,factory reset do it ask for product key? The grayed out devices are the ones not functioning. I did the same thing, and nothing seemed to work.
So if he needs to access the repair options, which is what it sounds like he wants, then F8 is the necessary step to get there. If the user account is set with password, you will need to enter password to continue. This error will also appear if your primary partition is no longer set as 'active'. All apps that you installed will be removed. I even went so far as following an instruction to go into startup and.