11-17-2016 01:43 PM
Yesterday I reinstalled Windows 7 on my notebook PC. I had to use a Microsoft installation disk because unfortunately, serious errors resulted after I installed from the HP recovery program. Consequently the HP drivers that were installed automatically with the recovery program weren't installed on my system. I had to install several of them from the HP support site.
I got everything to work except for the Touch volume control, or the Volume Scroll Zone as referred to by HP in the service guide. This is the device located just above the keyboard that increases or decreases speaker volume when you drag you finger on it. I installed the Quick Launch button driver but that only applied to the mouse and pointer touchpad. I looked at the devices listed in my startup configuration. I saw the synaptics pointing device and the HP quick launch buttons listed. So is the IDT PC audio driver.
What am I missing? Where I can I find it to activate the touch volume control?
11-17-2016 01:55 PM - edited 11-17-2016 01:59 PM
11-17-2016 03:35 PM
Not much left to choose from.
11-17-2016 05:41 PM
Again, the first driver has nothing to do with what I need to solve this problem. I have the other two drivers already. I need the exact driver that works, not guesswork or hit-or-miss file sharing. Thanks for trying, but please don't send any more files or information unless you're sure that it'll solve my problem.