First-time Fedora user. Setup dual-boot Win-10 & Fedora-34. Initially all appeared fine, but now the touchpad is misbehaving. I’ll try to describe what I do know.
- When I boot to the login prompt, here the touchpad (at least the cursor/pointer) is working. Since there’s nothing to scroll at login prompt, full touchpad operation not verified.
- After login is complete, touchpad is not responding. Thankful for the 2-in-1 touch-screen capability!
Let me take a step back. After initial success with Fedora dual-boot setup, I installed a few apps - Chromium, Citrix Workspace (so I can also connect to work from Fedora). Then I was keen to try tablet mode while in Fedora, and thereafter touchpad ceased functioning (except during login). I then noticed that there were software updates available (about 27) and was hopeful the updates would address my touchpad issues. Updates were installed and then I rebooted. I will add that on one occasion when awoke my laptop from sleep mode, the touchpad was once again operational. I have been unable to repeat this so far.
As a newbie, I appreciate any pointers to diagnose and restore my touchpad to normal functionality.
Note: None of this touchpad (mis)behaviour is exhibited in the Win-10 image.