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

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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?
     
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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

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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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  9. scpres

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    I have attached the pictures for reference. Thanks guys.
     

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