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originalname923

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  1. Here's the output from DevManView. By the way, I want to mention that the Elan setup for some reason, installs the Intel(R) Serial IO Multi-touch Miniport Driver by default, even though the motherboard is AMD. Also, I installed it through setup.exe included with the driver, and not manually by using devmgmt.msc. Also, thanks for explaining the phantom devices stuff, since I didn't check that yet driver.txt
  2. I checked the device manager and it seems like no Intel drivers were installed at all. So yeah, I didn't mix the AMD drivers with the Intel ones. Here are the screenshots of the device manager: https://imgur.com/a/pig84kf The unknown device is the touchpad by the way. I have deleted all the drivers and software related to it, for now.
  3. I tried the drivers linked in that forum post and they didn't still seem to work, these are the ones I tried btw: https://drivers.amd.com/drivers/amd_chipset_drivers_19.10.0429.exe https://download.lenovo.com/consumer/mobiles/fe3t01wf.exe The first one is directly from AMD and it contains some drivers related to the I2C controller and the GPIO and the like. And they do work, but the touchpad drivers still don't(had to correct that sentence, it was a little bit misleading previously). By the way, thanks Tripredacus for clearing up the differences between the Synaptics and Elan drivers Here are the specs of the laptop by the way: Operating System Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit SP1 CPU AMD A12 Bristol Ridge 28nm Technology RAM 7.00GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 931MHz (13-13-13-30) Motherboard LENOVO LNVNB161216 (Socket FP4) Graphics Generic PnP Monitor (1920x1080@60Hz) 1024MB ATI AMD Radeon R7 Graphics (Lenovo) 4096MB ATI AMD Radeon R7 M440 (Lenovo) CrossFire Disabled Storage 1863GB Seagate ST2000LM 007-1R8174 SATA Disk Device (SATA ) Optical Drives No optical disk drives detected Audio AMD High Definition Audio Device
  4. Hello, after being annoyed with Windows 10, I decided to install Windows 7 on my Lenovo Ideapad 320-15abr, which was a hassle because of Lenovo including drivers only for Windows 10, but eventually I got almost all devices to work (including USB 3.0) by using either drivers provided by win-raid and driver packs from Snappy Driver Installer Origin. One device that couldn't work no matter if drivers were installed was the ELAN touchpad. I tried both ELAN and Synaptics drivers and none of them worked. The Synaptics drivers never did anything (which is kind of logically understandable), but the ELAN ones did some strange things, like disabling the keyboard or sometimes even BSOD-ing the laptop. And the most notable being, the error shown in the screenshot(i uploaded a screenshot of the "not enough resources" error; Code 12) which I couldn't get past. If someone has messed around with ELAN drivers on an Ideapad 300-series laptop and managed to get this working, let me know since I've tried installing various drivers through using the provided drivers from Lenovo (which were destined for Windows 10, but through a quick glance on the driver files and the inf it allegedly supported Windows 7 and 8) and version 19.4.4.3 from Snappy Driver Installer's driver packs and nothing worked. Thanks. The hardware ID for the touchpad is ACPI/ELAN060B.
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