I'm using Mint 18.3 Sylvia in my Acer Aspire F 15 F5-573G-77ZP.
I have problem in using touchpad, this is when I enable touchpad in Mouse and Touchpad options, I can't move the cursor of touchpad. I mean wherever I touch on the touchpad, it acts as a left click. No moving. Only right and left click work, and movement does not.
How can I fix this?
Previously I had installed Kali Linux on this laptop and I did not have issues.
Also I had run the both apt-get update and apt-get upgrade commands, and then reboot, but none worked.
And have used the command mentioned here:
I have run this command and that's the result:
And in that link, the best answer said it's done via BIOS. Where is bios? In Mint? Or Win?
I have both mint 18.3 and Win 10 dual boot, and the primary OS is Mint.
Thanks in advance
---------- Post updated 04-15-18 at 05:24 PM ---------- Previous update was 04-14-18 at 08:30 PM ----------
Reboot your laptop or PC, press F2 or Del when the laptop is starting, to boot the BIOS settings.
Then in Main tab, change the Touchpad value from Advanced to Basic.
That worked for me.
My touchpad is not using my /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/10-synaptics.conf.
I used this to verify my file is being read.
$ synclient -l
LeftEdge = 153
RightEdge = 870
TopEdge = 115
BottomEdge = 652
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