Problem event name: appcrash
app name: syntpenh.exe
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I have the same problem ! (This is a Toshiba Satellite L350-235). The Touchpad continues to work ok. Device Manager also reports working OK w/ no conflicts. It states is it plugged into PS2 mouse port, driver version is 10.1.8.0 06/12/2007. Arrgghhh Vista ... I wonder what Windows7 will make of this
[I also get the annoying msg that Internet Explorer has stopped working when I close it. I have removed the various plug-ins that were set as default and the problem seems less frequent but still there.]
Not sure if this is the same problem but the Synaptics Mousepad plugged into PS/2 Port on my laptop suddenly stopped working on my Acer Aspire laptop. Device Manager said it was working ok and the driver was up to date. When I searched support on the Synaptics website it said I shouldn't be using a generic driver as the driver was manufacturer specific. When I searched the Acer website it said there can be a button on the laptop which disables the moursepad and sure enough when I found that it was lit and when I pressed it my mouepad started working again!