Windows 7 and Fujitsu T4220

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  1. terry mc

    terry mc Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Tigergal,
    If you are using windows 7 32 bit I know the driver on Fujitsu's web site for the Synaptics pad cures this issue.
    search on the web for Fujitsu usa.
    then look for computing products click on that,

    now look to the right side and click on product support drivers, etc..

    Now under products drivers column click on Notebooks not tablets,

    you will see three columns the first one has tablets or notebooks, again click notebook,

    now you will get the second column click on t series

    and then in the third column scroll down to 4220 and click on it
    click go.

    now the next page has all the drivers windows 7, vista, and xp tablet.

    you will see one listed pointing synaptics, click on that

    you will get a new page with a license agreement click accept

    You will get the pop up run or save click run and the driver will install.

    Done!

    This has worked on mine I hope you have the same fortune.

    Terry Mc
     
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    1mathman2 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hello,

    I have upgrades my OS from Vista to Win 7. My work tech support guys installed the the 64 bit system. Things are running fine except for the key board. When I am typing the place the words I am typing jumps mid sentence. Very difficult to type anything longer then a few words. Some times it seems the cursor is doing some shortcut function because I will be typing and I find that I a all of the sudden selecting something out of the MS office ribbon, mostly it jumps the cursor to an old line of a sentence and I find my self typing a word in the middle of anther word. NOT Fun.
    I know it is not my mouse, that is I am not accidentally hitting the pad when I type. This problem goes away when I use an external keyboard. But comes back when i try to use the internal key board. The problem showed up after installation. I have called Fujitsu support, they are clueless, MS support is much of the same.

    Little help?
     
  3. Deanhosh

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    you are probably hitting the touch pad. Without the Synaptics driver it is hyper sensitive. With the driver, it works as it should. In addition I think there is a way (option) to turn it off completely. Of course there is a way to set the sensitivity.

    Dean
     
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    Terry Mc,

    Thank you so much for your detailed description of how to get the drivers!!
     
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