If you are formatting or reinstalling the Windows 10 operating system on your Acer Aspire laptop and you have noticed that the TouchPad does not work for any reason, do not worry you did not make any mistakes during the installation, since this problem lies in the configuration of the Bios of your Acer Aspire. That’s right.
This is because this option is in the “Advanced” state and that is why the TouchPad of your Acer Aspire computer does not work, but now you should not worry anymore because here we have the solution, we have to configure the status of the touchpad of your Acer Aspire. After performing the Windows installation on our Acer Aspire, you can not use the TouchPad, because very simple does not do more than to enter the Bios of our computer and solve it from there.
Step by step guide for Acer aspire touchpad not working windows 10
Here we will describe step by step solution for Acer aspire touchpad not working windows 10. So, you can use it normally. Without anything else to say let’s start with this little tutorial. Keep reading With This Tool You Can Easily Disable Automatic Updates In Windows 10
1. Access the Bios of the computer (Acer Aspire)
The first thing we must do is enter the Bios. It is achieved in two ways; the first way is achieved as follows:
Turn off the computer completely, if it does not work your TouchPad can support you with a Mouse connected via USB to your computer.
Turn on the equipment. When the screen with the Acer logo appears, press the F2 key immediately, or the Delete key if you have a desktop computer, to access the BIOS.
The second method is also quite simple since all you have to do the following:
1. Write settings in the search box of the taskbar and press Enter.
2. Select Update and security.
3. Click Recovery.
4. Under Advanced Start, click on Restart now. The computer will reboot and present the Windows 10 boot menu.
5. Select Troubleshoot.
6. Select Advanced options.
7. Select UEFI Signature Configuration.
8. Click on Restart to restart the computer and enter the UEFI (BIOS).
2. Change the status of the TouchPad
Once we are inside the BIOS, we will go to the “Main” option , once inside the Main option, we will look for the “TouchPad” option (as you can notice this option is in the “Advanced” state, what we will do is change to “Basic” status), press “Enter” , a small menu will be displayed where we select the “Basic” option .
NOTE: If the TouchPad option is not on the menu, it is because your computer’s BIOS is out of date, so you will have to update the BIOS of your Acer Aspire.
3. Save Changes and restart the computer
Once we have done the previous step, the next thing we will do is save the changes we have made for it, press the “F10” key to save the changes and exit, once our machine is done it will restart and now you will be able to use the TouchPad of your computer normally.
And it’s that simple now you can use the TouchPad of your computer, as you can realize the process is very simple.