January 30, 2018 at 4:24 pm #77972Capita’Participant
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I’ MADE THE ROUND OF THE WORLD TO SOLVE THIS.
THANKS ALVIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!December 1, 2019 at 2:50 am #182160JIBParticipant
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Good news! Thanks to Alvin’s drivers I was able to restore the touch screen to its full functionality! To be honest, the drivers you attached won’t work well for me, because something was messed up with the pressure sensitivity: it was as if every tap were a right click of the mouse, and it cannot be changed from the settings in control panel. So I reinstalled the older drivers (the one I had a back-up of) but putting Alvin’s SileadTouch.fw into Windows\System32\Drivers and that solved the misaligned issue!
Can you post the driver files that worked for you please? Other ones posted make my touch screen way off. Thanks.December 2, 2019 at 9:20 am #182162RiccardoParticipant
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I’m sorry but I don’t have all those files anymore… :/ I don’t have that tablet either.March 24, 2020 at 7:17 am #182825I HardParticipant
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you have to reinstall the touch driver. and paste the fw file in system32/driver
Thanks for the drivers. works for 1909. For those who clean install windows iso LTSC / 1909 / 2004 whatever build updates, and your touch screen fucks up,
0) In control panel > Hardware and Sound > Tablet PC settings > Calibrate screen > reset
1) download this https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xCS0wzEdJjfMb1MiOKVMOTBSLuwRf9kS and unzip
2) Run double driver as administrator
3) locate the zip file containing driver, restore
4) Copy SileadTouch.fw to C:/Windows/System32/drivers
5) Restart and everything should work
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