I have bouhgt new DELL XPS 13 9360 few weeks ago. Worked perfectly, until some Windows and/or Dell Update. My TouchPad stopped working.
In device manager I can see that I2C HID device can't start (ERROR CODE 10).
The external mouse is working fine.
Sometimes helps to stop the I2C HID device, remove external mouse, than run Hardware Problem Solving and 1 from 10 times it ends with fixing the driver for I2C HID and it works for a while. Than it crashes again.
I believe it's some kind of driver issue.
Can you help me please?
You can click the link below to download the Windows 10 Touchpad drivers as well as updating your Bios to the latest version.
Thanks for the link.
I tried to install all of the drivers as well as updating BIOS to latest version. But the issue is still the same.
I tried to reinstall the I2C HID device too, but touchpad still doesn't work. I tried to run the Windows in Safe Mode, but still no success.
Any idea? Also, I can't see any driver called 'touchpad' on the link. Can you tell me which one should reinstall the touchpad drivers?
I rvert the PC to manufacture settings, but touchpad doesn't work either.
I called DELL support, they told me to run F12 during boot and run diagnostics.
No problem has been found, but touchpad doesn't work there eihter.
So It seems to be hardware problem. Technician should come to fix on Monday. I'm curious. I have the notebook only for 3 weeks yet.
Roll back the Windows 10 update and reinstall the drivers. Install the chipset drivers and then the touchpad drivers.
Done, reinstalling didn't help. After diagnostics via Dell call, touchpad didn't work in diagnostics tool either. Seems to be hardware problem instead. I'm waiting for service technician. Hopefully he will fix the issue.
Omg, the touchpads are not available. So the service technician cannot come, next fix is planed on 12/7/2016 ... I feel disappointed that the "next day support" is taking about 2 weeks for the new high end device like XPS 13....
Service man came to me and he replaced touchpad with new one but it didn't help. Than he reset BIOS (new one 1.0.7) into manufacturer settings and it helped, touchpad started to work in BIOS.
In Windows touchpad still didn't work. So than he removed "I2C HID Device". Than he clicked to scan for new hardware and touchpad has been istalled back and is working fine.
So it seems the reseting BIOS helped to fix the issue.