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Windows 7: Synaptics Pointing Device Driver Auto Disable at startup

30 Jan 2013   #1
conhaqu3

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Synaptics Pointing Device Driver Auto Disable at startup

I bought an Asus K53S laptop about 4 months ago and recently I went to msconfig and disabled some startup programes. One of them was the Synaptics Pointing Device driver. I then enabled it back again and now it won't run in startup eventhough it is marked in msconfig. I have to manually start it in my own by going to Control Panel>Devices and Printers>Mouse Settings in order to the icon appear in the taskbar.

I would be extremely appreciated if anyone could help me with this problem.


Rgrds,
conhaqu3


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04 Jan 2014   #2
stroben6

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

You don't need half of that stuff running in the background. take the checkmark back out of the synaptics driver in msconfig.
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04 Jan 2014   #3
technomann

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by conhaqu3 View Post
I bought an Asus K53S laptop about 4 months ago and recently I went to msconfig and disabled some startup programes. One of them was the Synaptics Pointing Device driver. I then enabled it back again and now it won't run in startup eventhough it is marked in msconfig. I have to manually start it in my own by going to Control Panel>Devices and Printers>Mouse Settings in order to the icon appear in the taskbar.
Did you try going into Device Manager and reinstalling the driver? Also, I assume that you DO NOT have a wireless mouse plugged into a USB port? This will disable the Synaptice Pointing Device as well...
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