Since this is a newer laptop I’ll take a stab in the dark here… go to this site
Under ubuntu, the groovy gorilla version, download the linux_firmware_1.190_all.deb file. Copy the file onto your machine in downloads directory.
Open your terminal (ctrl + alt + t) and change to that directory:
Under the assumption you haven’t put any other .deb files in this location type:
sudo dpkg -i *.deb
This will install that firmware. Very important now… REBOOT.
You should have internet access. Maybe you’re TouchPad works now to. Let us know.
If you’re doing this just to try it on usb, not installed, this fix won’t work because installing the drivers requires a reboot and unless it’s a persistent image, it won’t retain the update. If you go through and download this file you may as well install zorin on a little partition, install the firmware, then try it.
The next release will more than likely have driver support on usb, but we’re at the tween and must wait for the release of zorin 16 otherwise.