Three days ago this box did pop up apoint. Common models Dell Inspiron N In reply to arorashepherd’s post on May 27, The Dell forum also had others with the same issue. How common is it? Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum.
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The main program executable is delltpad.
It adds a background controller service that is set to automatically run. Others also have had this same error. The most used version is 7. Typically the related registry entry is this: Advertisements Three days ago this box did pop up apoint. Take a screen shot if that is easier and attach it to your next post.
Looks like Windows is trying to start a program that’s no longer there. I would see if you have that and select it to test it.
Which countries install it? My idea to resolve this problem would be to: In the Command Line window, type: Without the Alps driver you won’t have any of the touchpad specific functions.
It is free and quick. If you don’t have a favorite utility yet, look into Glary Utilities. Delaying the start of this service is possible through the service manager. Did this solve your problem?
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Found in the run registry. Detailed information about all U. It does have something to do with the touch pad which is working ok however if I say OK the touch pad icon closes also. The PC is not supported for Windows 10, however this doesn’t mean it can’t run it as long as you carefully follow the steps in Clean Install Windows 10 Upgrade which has zero complaints from tens of thousands of users.
I’d also trace Hardware Identification for the full touchpad make and model to search Google for a Windows 10 driver for it. What percent of users and experts removed it?
Others have said that will not work either and get the new driver and an older one and copy the C: Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the apojnt.
Any idea how to correct vell problem? Which OS releases does it run on? DLL file that it can’t launch please?
Which one is installed now? Yes Found in the run registry.
I haven’t found a PC yet that is supposedly incompatible that cannot be made to run Windows Lifespan of installation until removal. Are you choosing the Touchpad driver under Mice in Device Manager? Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Between step 6 and 7, running Autoruns to see if the list shows any “File not found” entries and removing them as well might be a good idea but for now, I will just aponit it as a side note if the above vell resolve the issue.
It’s basically doing deol search work above for you, minus any discussion you can find about this driver and WIndows Also what is the version of your Windows and, if applicable, the current service pack installed on it?