Released in August 2014, the Lenovo Y50-70 Touch is part of the Lenovo's Y series of laptops. Equipped with a dedicated graphics card and a 15.6" touch screen, the Y50-70 Touch is specialized for gaming.

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Problem with touch pad

Hey everyone.I'm having problems with my touchpad in lenovo y5070.it's doesn't function correctly. Buttons don't work with one click and i have to click multiple times. And it feels like there is some thing under it I guess its dust.i wanted to know if someone else has the same problem and how cand i open the touch pad.thanks you.

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Hi, i have the same problem.....

The touchpad is fulltouch and creates confusion at the click of a button . Via software you can disable some function as , but not resolved much better ..... an external mouse when possible

Other notebooks have the same problem

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NOTE: Read the instruction thoroughly and then do them step by step!

You can follow these steps to get your laptop opened up and see what is under your track pad:

requirement: just a simple four-piece screwdriver!

1- Note that there are 12 screws on the back panel, 5 in front, 1 on each side, 4 in the back and 1 in the middle, So you'll just need a simple four-piece screwdriver, Open every screw there and go to the next step.

2- Now that you have your back panel loosened enough, It is time to remove it. Note that your back panel opens to back side like a book ( just open it as you would normally open your laptop), Just remember that you may encounter some resistance from the pins, But as long as you do it gently, There shouldn't be a problem.

3- Now that you have access to motherboard and everything, First disconnect the battery for safety reasons, Then unscrew the 4 screws holding down the battery in it's place. You can now take out your battery.

4- Noticed a white metal bar on far bottom when removing the battery? It has 3 screws and you should unscrew them as well, This piece of metal is what that keeps your touch pad in place and gives you that "click-y" feeling when you tap on your touch pad, That magnet in the middle of it is responsible for that "click" sound and feel of clicking, Check that if it's functioning properly!

5- Notice there are 2 cable bars connecting the touch pad to the motherboard? Go ahead and unplug them from motherboard. Then put you hand under the laptop and firmly push the touch pad ( Just as you would tap on it), And you can see that your touch pad is now coming off, Revealing any dust (if any) trapped near it.

NOTE: Please bear in mind that opening your laptop by yourself will AVOID any guarantee you have, and simply the support center may blame opening your laptop for nearly any damage in the future. DO AT YOUR OWN RISK. (But I'm pretty sure you don't have support in your region, But still be extra careful with it)

Also there is a YT video showing how to open the back panel, And also how to take the battery out. Unfortunately, it doesn't show how to remove the touch pad, But after removing the battery that should be a piece of cake (And I'm sure you can't access YT but I just put it in case anybody else wanted a visual guide ): How to disassemble Lenovo Y50-70

Wish you best of luck, Aaron

موفق باشید، فقط یادتان باشد مراحل را خط به خط اجرا کنید!

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