Sudden loss of keyboard and touchpad

Sudden loss of keyboard and touchpad

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  • #142924

    Frank Siegert
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    This is actually more an annoyance than an real issue.

    From time to time (could be hours/days) the touchpad and keyboard of my F6 Pro suddenly stop working. No message, just not responding – almost as if the F6 enters tablet mode (the hinge is not turned however). I can restore normal operation easily by putting the system into sleep (closing the lid or using the power button) for a moment. Then everything starts working again.

    Drivers are up to date (also the from Windows update), incl. current Intel drivers. Anyone experienced the same and found a solution?

     

    #143000

    Madhias
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    I am having the same issue. Since I changed the function of my power button from “Sleep Mode” to “Turn Screen off” in energy options anyways, the power button “On/Off” toggle works within 1 second which is fine for me. Another workaround without having to enter sleep mode would be toggling tablet mode and back be expanding the Laptop above 180° and back.

    #143009

    Frank Siegert
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    Thanks for the tip setting the power button to ‘turn screen off’.

    I think it may be due to the sensors, sometimes produce outlier data / noise which is filtered inadequate. The Lenovo Yoga had some versions wth the same issue, which could be resolved by disabling the ymc (Yoga Mode Control) service. I’ll try if disabling the HingeAngleService helps in the case of the F6. I do not use the tablet mode anyway. 😉

     

     

     

     

    #151958

    sammin
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    Hey, if that were not resolved, I think it is the computer keyboard is broken. Changing the keyboard is the best option. Avoid being a computer program getting worse

    #151959

    Frank Siegert
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    No need to – it is a software issue only for the F6Pro.

    Typing this on the F6Pro I use since a year now, this is the only issue I came upon. Otherwise this little machine just works for me. Nice!

     

    #151990

    Madhias
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    Btw, there are 2 Apps for the Touchpad Controller in the Microsoft store. I think that using the one called “SIPO Keyboard Hotkey 2in1” instead of the old SIPO TP Controller, it resolves the problem completely.

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    #152031

    xiaomei
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    I am looking for a Teclast F6 Pro keyboard for my friends. Everyone has seen a private letter or reply to me. Thank you

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