It appears that the utility has suddenly decided as of this morning to forcibly disable my pointing devices! Take a look at our ThinkPads. I wiped out Win10 and put Win7 back on. No registered users and 3 guests. Login, it’ll tell you to reboot. How do I fix my Lenovo UltraNav setup?

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But for now, the problem seems to be with the ultranav driver. Blame Lenovo, not me!

However, if your Ultranav is ultfanav installed check the following link to install it: In the Operating System box next to it select Win 10 32 bit. I have a Lenovo X tablet and as of this morning it is exhibiting a very odd problem with the UltraNav system both touchpad and trackpoint.


ultrnaav No registered users and 3 guests. I found if I disable the touchpad, then the mouse buttons will work again although my login screen problem remains the same. Not only will it have better brightness, colour, contrast and viewing angles – you will most probably more than make up the investment when selling it.


Who is online Users browsing this forum: If your post does not appear in the new queue, it’s because of the stupid spam filter. It is a 1×1 pixel large window that is usually white.

Why is my ultranav not working?

Once I’m logged in, I have similar trouble with the ultranav mouse buttons. Post Reply Search Advanced search. The only way to login is to connect an external mouse and then click on the login field. I installed the Tp driver which is actually newer [ Sign up using Facebook.

Login, it’ll tell you to reboot.

Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. This page was last modified on 2 Februaryat Yeah, I guess there’s some merit to the way Apple does things. The settings button is completely missing for the trackpoint, I can tweak the touchpad my hearts content but no track point. The UltraNav utility shows them both as being disabled, and the option to enable them is grayed out. When buying a used ThinkPad, remember to check that the BIOS is not locked with a supervisor’s password and that Computrace is not enabled and activated.


It appears that the utility has suddenly decided as of this morning to forcibly disable my pointing devices! Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone Pamela Cano analy Rep: Uninstall the hardware driver.

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After rooting around the INF files, I figured out how to make it show in the Synaptics settings window where you can toggle gestures etc. Use the link to ‘message the moderators’ below to tell them. Was this answer helpful? Go ahead and do so. Brian Knoblauch 3, 9 29 This is annoying to dangerous as it can This didn’t work for me on Thinkpad yoga The only tools you need for servicing a ThinkPad are a set of small screwdrivers and a nylon spudger for taking the screen and keyboard bezels offand possibly a pair of tweezers.

Drivers all show as working ultanav.