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What worked for me: Go to acer.com, click support, drivers and manuals. Enter your serial number, SNID (see label underneat) or choose model, and then there are a bunch of drivers or BIOS that you can try to download and install. I succeeded on the first try with “Chipset driver”. YMMW.
-My symptoms: No touchpad what so ever, but bluetooth mouse and touchscreen working. Keyboard sometimes freezes when doing the Fn-F7 dance (activate/deactivate touchpad). Windows 10.
+My symptoms: No touchpad what so ever, but bluetooth mouse and touchscreen working. Keyboard sometimes freezes when doing the Fn-F7 dance (activate/deactivate touchpad). Old Acer v3 111 upgraded to Windows 10.

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Edit by: Jan Jensen ,

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What worked for me: Go to acer.com, click support, drivers and manuals. Enter your serial number, SNID (see label underneat) or choose model, and then there are a bunch of drivers or BIOS that you can try to download and install. I succeeded on the first try with “Chipset driver”. YMMW.
-My symptoms: No touchpad what so ever, but bluetooth mouse and touchscreen working. Keyboard sometimes freezes when doing the Fn-F7 dance (activate/deactivate touchpad).
+My symptoms: No touchpad what so ever, but bluetooth mouse and touchscreen working. Keyboard sometimes freezes when doing the Fn-F7 dance (activate/deactivate touchpad). Windows 10.

Status:

open

Original post by: Jan Jensen ,

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What worked for me: Go to acer.com, click support,  drivers and manuals. Enter your  serial number, SNID (see label underneat) or choose model, and then there are a bunch of drivers or BIOS that you can try to download and install. I succeeded on the first try with “Chipset driver”. YMMW.

My symptoms: No touchpad what so ever, but bluetooth mouse and touchscreen working. Keyboard sometimes freezes when doing the Fn-F7 dance (activate/deactivate touchpad).

Status:

open