1) Download Input driver for Dell Latitude E6410 from: https://downloads.dell.com/input/DRVR_WIN_R310070.EXE
If the link is broken, do a search on the file name: DRVR_WIN_R310070.EXE
2) Install the driver package & reboot
If the installer doesn't work, do a manual update of the driver from Device Manager on the PS/2 Compatible mouse. When updating the driver, choose "Let me pick the driver" and point to the folder where the driver package has been extracted. (you can use 7-zip to extract the package if you need to)
3) Go to the Windows 10 Mouse Settings (Search -> "Mouse" -> Click Mouse Settings
4) On the Mouse Settings page, Click "Additional Mouse Options"
5) The first tab should be the Dell DuoPoint tab (or whatever it was called). At the bottom, Click "Click to change Dell Touchpad settings"
6) On the Touchpad Sensitivity tab, lower "Touch Pressure". I found this helps the responsiveness of the touchpad
7) Save the settings
8) Click the Pointer Stick icon (middle icon; blue button surrounded by keyboard)
9) On the Sensitivity Tab, Disable the Pointstick
10) Click the Buttons Tab and Disable the Pointstick Buttons
11) Save the settings
12) Test the touchpad and pointstick buttons and done!
I ran into a problem where the touchpad quit working after testing, so I reboot the computer. After the reboot, I didn't have any more problems what-so-ever so keep that in mind that a reboot might be necessary
Hope that helps you get the touchpad working on your Dell Latitude E6400 running Windows 10!
Tried a lot of ways and watching videos for a year and gave up. Today decided to try again and luckily I found you. Thank you so much.
Still helping years later
I just had a customer who was very partial to his latitude that wanted it upgraded to a SSD and Windows 10. It had the same problem after the upgrade. Google brought me to this and it worked perfectly. Thanks for sharing your insight and saving me hours!
Glad it helped out! I can tell you I spent way longer on this fix than I want to admit, but it was satisfying to figure out a stable approach.
DELL E6400 TOUCHPAD DRIVER WINDOWS 10
Thank You very much
This worked like a charm for a long standing problem with my laptop. Thank you so much!
E6400 Windows 10 Drivers
Nice, however how did you get bluetooth, broadcom USH, PCI Serial Port and PCI Simple Communications Controller working? If you have the drivers, I'll create a link for other people who have this computer and need the drivers.
I don't remember needing to do anything special to get those drivers working. Windows 10 detected them and installed the appropriate drivers. I can only assume they worked because I didn't specifically test any of them outside of the wireless (which worked fine).
You might try having windows try to update the drivers and see if there's any luck on that front. Otherwise, look at using the Windows 7 drivers which will usually work just fine.
Works great :)
Thanks a lot, have been trying to get the touchpad to work properly for ages and your workaround saved the day :)
Cool! Thanks a lot!
Cool! Thanks a lot!
Dell E6400 Touchpad workaround
Fantastic! I've worked with a lot of laptops but the throweverythingatittouchpad design insanity on this one was just a bad idea from the start...
Thank you for saving me all that time. I was just gonna throw it away.
Glad to help! I spent way more time on it than I should have, but I was happy it was running in the end. I've run into using older drivers on newer windows and they tend to work just fine. This one just took a little more thinking out of the box.