ToughBook CF-19 MK2 touchpad to CF-19 MK7

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  1. scpres

    scpres Notebook Geek

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    I have transferred a working touchpad from MK2 to MK7 successfully because the on in MK7 is damaged. Unfortunately the direction becomes reverse. when I hover my finger to the right the arrow will go to the left and when to the top it will go to a different direction? is there any chance I can fix this from registry?

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. steve.steve

    steve.steve Company Representative

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    Sorry the cf19 mk6 and later uses a interlink or intermac touchpad. So earlier generation touchpads won't work. The one you need is a bit hard to come by.
    Steve
     
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  3. scpres

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    is there any chance to change it in registry?
     
  4. steve.steve

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    Assuming the driver has that option written in you would change in registry. Or write your own driver.
    So most likely no, but i don't know for certain.
    Steve
     
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  5. Shawn

    Shawn Crackpot Search Ninja and Options Whore

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    No registry cure that I ever found.
    I did find a hardware cure, but it's a bit involved. Need to transfer the 2-x axis and the 2-y axis wires coming off the touchpad itself.
     
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    Could you transfer the mk2 touchpad pcb as well?

    I ask as I transferred a mk4 motherboard into a mk6 case which included the touchpad and pcb and it worked propwerly.
     
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  8. scpres

    scpres Notebook Geek

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    Thanks

    Anyways I have a toughpad Fz-G1 mk1 not working but in perfect condition. And I want to swap the screen to mk2? I don’t know how to remove the clip of the screen connection. Any guide would be appreciated.

    Also the one in mk2 has a dirty fan so I want to swap everything to mk1 body? Would that work? Because mk1 is as new condition but it doesn’t boot up?


    I did not try it. As It’s a bit complicated? I got 9 mk7 and mk6 bargain. So far I tested 5 mk7 that’s works great. And two has a touchpad problem I’m happy just making it work like new in windows 10.
     
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    I have attached the pictures for reference. Thanks guys.
     

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    bubu782001 Newbie

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    For all that you have problems with inverted axis (as moving from original touchpad model N2EAYYY00022 to older touchpad model N2EABEC00006) you can resolve this problem with Sakasa Mouse. This small utility that works instantly after is run (Work on XP, 7 and also 10). It can be used as startup programs and you will have instantly mouse working perfectly after Windows start.

    N2EABEC00006 has the advantage is more easily to find and also is much more cheaper.

    I dont know about Linux but i'm sure there is an utility for penguin lovers too. :)

    You can get it from HERE http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA026826/sakasa103.zip

    For all sw that RESOLVE this problem look at this page: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Glossary:Invert_Y-axis
     
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