Alienware Touchpad Driver Windows 10

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Alienware Touchpad Driver Windows 10

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Soooo Dell finally released real drivers + software for the AW 13 a few months ago. It's a Synaptics trackpad that appears to be on a relatively new bus (I2C rather than PS/2, USB, or SMB), which means that Synaptics' own generic drivers don't work at all. I've been trying to figure out how to either use alternate drivers or mess with the Synaptics settings directly in the registry to enable three-finger-click as middle click (or clicking the scroll wheel on a regular mouse). Has anyone gotten this to work? What about finding an alternate driver?

I found a Lenovo driver for one of their Yoga models that supports I2C, but it doesn't work well - the dimensions of the trackpad are off, so tracking is reallllly bad. I remember a long time ago when Dell first starting overriding the generic Synaptics control panel with their own crappy software, there was a way to force the Synaptics control panel in order to access all the features of the trackpad. I can't find how to do that anymore, though. My biggest thing is three-finger-click. I'd love to find out how to do that. Addendum: I figured some stuff out.