E560 Touchpad - scrolling speed


I have an E560 with Win7Pro, my problem is I want to change the speed of scrolling with two fingers when I am scrolling web sites.

To do this I have open the touchpad settings and set the speed to a lower 'confirm', the scroll has been slower, but only as long the window with the parameters of the touchpad was not closed. After I closed it, the scrolling speed is back as before (fast), when I open again the settings everythings looks that I've set. All the other options I changed for the touchpad are set and after that I closed the working parameters only the scrolling speed will not change.

I tried to do it with the old drivers and new drivers and in administrator mode, nothing works.

Maybe you have an idea?



I found the solution, but this isn't the way it should be done.

In the mouse option (I don't have a mouse) in the section "wheel," I had to change 2 lines of scrolling to scroll 1 line. Now, the speed is reduced but the scrolling is not smoth how it should be.

Problem has been reported to Lenovo support and I hope they'll release in the future new drivers for the touchpad and solve this problem.

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