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Lenovo teases Pocket Yoga touchscreen netbook

Q: Lenovo teases Pocket Yoga touchscreen netbook

Lenovo teases Pocket Yoga touchscreen netbook

Lenovo has confirmed the existence of its mystery netbook by posting teaser images on its photo feed. The system is now called the Pocket Yoga and has both the ultra-wide, VAIO P-like display and leather-bound shell of leaked photos.

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Hi all,  I have bought 2 weeks ago an Lenovo Yoga 2 13, and I?m very happy with it. But i have one annoying problem with it.The touchscreen is not working correct. If I start the computer up, the first 5 minutes it works fine, but after that the touchscreen is not responding correct, the pointer is going everywhere and zig zag. You can't use it anymore then. I have made a paint drawing to show the problem, i made a few horizontal lines over the screen. none of the lines are straightI hope that you can help me to resolve the problem, it?s very annoying that I can?t use the touchscreen.   

A:Lenovo yoga 2 13 touchscreen issue

HI d id you by new from a store?  if so I WOULD ADVISE RETURNINGand request a refund or a replacement you should have no   problem doing this..

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Hello everyone, Around 1-year ago, I bought this notebook, Lenovo Yoga 300 11iby, and searching and trying to customize it a bit, and I don't know how, but now my touchscreen (not the touchpad, just the touch-screen) doesn't work... I was searching for some information about to make it work againg, but nothing works ... What can I do, or where can I go to make it work again?

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Hey! i have lenovo yoga 500 isk and the touch screen is not working. I saw some topics where the device manager was mentioned however i do not have hid touch screen option there. Do you have any solution? Thanks

A:Lenovo Yoga 500 touchscreen does not work

Hi Bart,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Forums.
Please run the Hardware and devices trouble-shooter:
Try the followings steps: ? Click "Search" and type "Troubleshooting" without quotes and hit enter. ? Click ?Hardware and Sound? ? Select "Hardware and Devices" ? Click next to run the trouble-shooter.
 
Also, Install all the patches and available updates from Windows updates.
 
Try the followings steps:  Click "Search" and type "Windows update settings" without quotes and hit enter. Under Updates click on check for updates.
Refer: How to: Install and Update drivers in Windows 10:
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/insider/wiki/insider_wintp-insider_devices/how-to-install-and-upd...
 
I hope the above information helps.
Regards,
Shashi
 
Tap that kudos button if I helped  If you find a post helpful and it answers your question, please mark it as an "Accepted Solution"! 

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Hi All, So I've had this aesthetically pleasing yoga 3 pro for about a month with the purpose for it to be used as a Uni Laptop.  However I've come across a few issues that I am hoping I can get some help with. Firstly, I've lost all ability to use the touchscreen. Windows Device Managers is seeing it, but I have no way to enable/disable or test. Is there something I am missing? Secodly, through basic use I am finding the CPU and RAM usage well in excess of 80% for a lot of the time, with the system coming to a near grinding halt if I have approximately a dozen chrome tabs open, a couple of office docs and youtube or spotify running....this is a little worrying. Specification wise the laptop should be able to run the with very little hassle. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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?Hello,My lenovo yoga 2 13 '' has a problem with the touchscreen. In normal mode using the fingers does not work this area of the screen. The problem persists in other modes. is a software or hardware issue? I can fix it alone or I must bring it to Lenovo service?

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Hi Everyone! I just go my hands on a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 12 touchscreen laptop with an included digitizer.I am experiencing a weird thing with the touchsreen. (It is the full HD version with the digitizer and 10 point touch capabilities)Basically the bottom part (like 5cm from the bottom) of the touchscreen is not responsive until I touch the middle or upper part of the screen. After touching the screen somewhere else the bottom part becomes responsive again.Have you ever experienced such problem?I am currently on Windows 10 Pro and I completely updated all my drivers and also reinstalled everything including Windows but the problem still occurs.Any help would be highly appreciated! 

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hello all currently having problems with the Mouse buttons!as of last night they have just stopped working i have checked all the settings and suggestions i could find on google but no luck! the touch part of the mouse pad works fine but both left and right Click Buttons dont work at all. any ideas?

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Just today, the touchscreen on my Yoga Plus stopped working. I have tried everything, including reinstalling drivers, but I just get the message "driver is not intended for this platform." Can anyone help? I love this PC, it's great, I am just really disappointed Lenovo support doesn't seem to do what it promises. Thanks very much!

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My Lenovo was purchased back in 2015, so the warrenty is expired. Still, up until recently the touchscreen had been working fine. Now, no matter what mode it is in, it doesn't detect my touch. I have gone through every Google-searched solution I could find, none have worked.I have gone to device manager, checked the drivers for updates (they are up to date) but the window doesnt allow me to Disable/Enable the driver. I've used the lenovo website, the companion app and my windows control panel to check for updates but no changes to the touch screen. Running Windows 10 (64x) Solutions, or links to other form posts are appreciated.

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Hi All, i just purchased a brand new Thinkpad Yoga X1 and out of the box the touchscreen isn't recognized by windows and neither input via fingers nor via pen works. I would greatly appreciate it, if anyone could tell me if it's just some wrong settings or if the laptop is faulty. Thank you in advance,Torben










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A:Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga X1 Touchscreen does not work

Welcome Torben1. You could first try to run Lenovo System Update to see if there is any updates.2. If no updates or problem persist after updates, contact Tech Support.
 
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Recently the touchscreen on my Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro stopped working. It is running Windows 10 and the most recent update it received was KB890830. I am getting an error code 10 for the I2C HID device ("A request for the HID descriptor failed"), but when I try to update it, I get a message saying it is already up to date. Disabling and re-enabling hasn't worked and I cannot find the driver on the lenovo website to do a fresh install. Any suggestions to solve this problem would be greatly appreciated.

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I have a Lenovo Yoga 710 14 " Signature Edition 2-in-1 PC- bought it two days ago. W10. I have problems with the touchscreen when using it as a tablet. The touchscreen is working perfectly when it's in PC mode. Once I fold it and putting it flat (down at the table etc.)- the screen is no longer responding. It's like the touchscreen function is shuting off somehow. Anyone knows how to solve this?? Thanks

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Hey there, I recenently got one of the Lenovo Notebooks of the Yogaseries, which exactly it is, is stated in the title. However, since yesterday I never had any problems with it, I really like it, the convertible function etc., but it seems, that my display registeres touches Im not applying, it touches like everywhere over my screen and I dont even have my hands on the computer. When I restart it or install the touchpad driver from the supportsection for my notebook, it is okay for like 10 mins and then it goes all over again. I found an interesting solution for a similar problem, its in this thread: https://support.lenovo.com/de/de/documents/SF15-I0024 I have literally the same issue, problem is, the fix which is downloadable there, seems to only work for panels from LG, I figured out the hardware ID from my IPS panel, but I cant figure out where its factured or where I can get a fix for this issue. The ID is: MONITOR\  "CMN14B1" At the moments its okay but I always have this weird box right in the middle of my screen: https://abload.de/img/unbenanntdvscn.jpg Its always like that before it goes crazy like 5 minutes later, I think I have to restart soon again, its really annoying and I really cant do something like that. regards

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Anyone else having an issue with the touchscreen their Brand new X1 Yoga (Gen 2)?  I have been able to fiddle with drivers and get it working periodically, but after sleep or a reboot it doesnt work again.

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A friend of mine brought his Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11E touch - by today because after he did a "clean install of windows 10 Pro. his touchscreen is no longer working...I've just spent the last 2 hrs. installing the "lenovo" drivers and software packages...But can't seem to located the HID touchscreen drivers or any documentation to support the touchscreen on the "Lenovo" site...I've also tried all the "lenovo" whiz bang apps the fix this issue...Does anyone have this model: Intel Celeron N2930 (2.16 GHz),8GB RAM,128GB Solid State Drive,11.6in 1366x768 Touchscreen LCD,Intel 802.11agn wireless,4c Li-Ion,Win8.1 Pro 64 - (Lenovo's description of this PC) that has been able to get the touchscreen working post windows 10 install? Or a link to the correct drivers for the touchscreen? Or could Lenovo support maybe point to these packages so I can get this thing working as marketed...

A:Thinkpad Yoga 11E Touchscreen LCD,Touchscreen not ...

I have the same issue with my thinkpad 11e. Today I upgraded to windows 10 and the feature I like disappear. The computer don't have the touch function. I want to know if someone know if there is a fix out there? Thanks.

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I'm running the latest version of Windows 10 (Anniversary Update - Build 14393.693) clean installed on  a Yoga 2 Pro (20266 / 80AY) BIOS 76CN43WW. The "Lenovo Yoga  Mode Control" version 2.0.0.9 (ymc.exe) has consistently crashed every day for the last few months. Crash reports are logged. Are there any plans to fix this issue any time soon? Best Regards,

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Since you have to hunt around different Lenovo sites (and other sites) to find out about these softwares, I decided to make a post to get feedback from actual Yoga owners on how these programs interact, what they do, which ones are prerequisite, and which ones are unnecessary. Please don't take this as a blanket answer. This is just what I have found. It might be right - it might be wrong. I'm looking for others to post their experiences as well. Lenovo System Interface Foundation Driver - Necessary prerequisite (missing driver in device manager without it). It allows the Lenovo Utility and Lenovo Companion to work. Lenovo Yoga Mode Control - Necessary if you want to use your yoga to seemlessly change between all the different modes (laptop, tablet, tent, stand). This software is responsible for autorotating and putting Windows into tablet mode. Lenovo Utility - Recommended(?) This one I'm not too sure on. I remember that I was missing some function that I wanted but I can't remember what it was now. Maybe battery cycle count and health? Lenovo Companion - I don't have this one installed and don't think it's necessary but would like someone else to shed some light here.

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Hi everybody ! I really need your help. I've bought a Lenovo YOGA 300 11-BY with Windows 10.But all the factory stuff (McAffee, Lenovo utilities, and other bull**bleep**...) are too long to clen completely. So I proceed to a Windows 10 total resettlement, with an usb key directely on windows (the bios was telling me "USB boot no supported" ?!).Anyway, with my fresh Windows all the drivers was correct (I have sound, wifi, ethernet, touchpad...) without any setup from me. But I loose the touch screen !!! I try to setup "lenovo utilities" and "mode controle" from lenovo support. I scan the drivers with specialized webssite, but nothing for the screen. And I dont have the Humman Interface Devices in the windows device manager to see if it's activate or not (like on this picture).? So i'm really lost and i need to have the computer OK for the next week-end (this is a gift).Sorry for my bad spelling (I'm french), and I hope this is understandable. Thank's a lot to everybody who can help me !    

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Hi, I have a yoga 3 14 running on windows 8 and since I bought the pc i been having ghost touches on the touchscreen. I ran the update that lenovo rolled out to fix the issue but during the cmd it ran, it failed. It also disabled my touchscreen but tapping on the windows logo icon on the bottom of my yoga still works. Only the touchscreen isnt working. Under hidden devices the hid complaint touchscreen is there but hidden. I cannot enable it. And my tablet pc control panel is also not there like it used to be. Any ideas? Thank you.

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I received my X1 Yoga Gen 2 about a month ago and the touchscreen stops working after using it with the pen.  From what I can tell, the screen starts working again by switching from Laptop to Tablet mode.  The pen works fine for a few minutes of use and then stops selecting but I still get a cross hair on the screen? eventually the cross hair stops show up to.  If I switch the computer back to Laptop mode the screen starts to work again.  Anyone else have the same type of problem?

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I've had my Yoga 900 for just a little while (got it the day that showed up in stores). I love it, save for one thing. One time, it got into this mode where touches would randomly appear on the screen (the little dot you get when you do a touch). At the same time, random keys seemed like they were being pressed. And you'd press the keys on the keyboard but they'd give you a totally different keystroke than they were supposed to. This persisted through two whole reboots. But it wouldn't happen 100% of the time. It'd be fine for a few minutes, then start doing it again. I managed to get a BIOS update in and a reboot, and the problem seemed to go away. But then in the last day or two, it has come back, albeit much much less horrifically. They'll be a stray touch on the screen with my hands nowhere near it (I'm almost always in laptop mode). Or something weird will happen like my browser will open a new tab that there's no good reason for. All of these might be phantom touches, but some could be phantom keys as well. Anyone else run into this? It seems like it's probably the hardware, though I can't rule out software.

A:Yoga 900 - Sometimes the keyboard and touchscreen ...

Good day and welcome to the community.
 
Sorry you're having difficulty.
I've not seen this reported previously for the Yoga 900, but a driver update for the Yoga 3 14 (I believe) fixed a similar issue. So, if you would, please confirm which video driver version you have, and compare it to what's listed in the driver listing: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/yoga-series/yoga-900-13isk
 
Regards.

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My Yoga 12 touchscreen had lots of smudges and fingerprints. I tried cleaning with a lint free cloth and water, but it didn't do the trick, so I naively added a drop of alcohol to the wet cloth. Oops! It now has weird streaks and discoloration (that only can bee seen when the screen of off, btw). But how can I clean this or refinish the touchscreen to remove the marks the alcohol seemed to create? Lucy? 

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i am using Lenovo Yoga 3 and after i downloaded Microsoft Office 2013 it stopped working. I tried going through the control panel and the human interface, tried enable and disable but it still didnt work. Also tried the Mouse and Touchpad setting but still nothing happened.Even if i use it as a tablet or at tent mode the touchscreen wouldnt work. I am very frustrated here. If anyone could help me with this issue i would highly appreciate it. Thanks
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to the front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.
 

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Hi so I bought a Lenovo Yoga 700 only a day ago but I'm experiencing some weird thing with the touch screen. I have looked it up and can't seem to find a solution. I don't have ghost touches it more like if your on the desktop and you drag your finger across the screen as if you were making a section box as you drag it register's clicks across the screen instead of dragging if that makes sense. If I scroll through the programs list instead of scrolling it will think I have just clicked an icon. Is there any solutions for this or is it a bring it back the store job ? Thanks in advance 

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Hey everyone, I picked up my Yoga today, and I love it. However, about an hour ago the touchscreen went completely unresponsive. The last thing I remeber doing, before noticing the touchscreen becoming unresponsive, was installing the Android SDK. (Well, I ran the installer, but it didn't recognize JDK). So, here I am, with the touchscreen not functional at all. Has anyone else had a similar problem? Does anyone have any suggestions? I tried the "refresh" and that didn't work. I'm probably going to try the wipe/clean install option in a bit. I guess that would tell me for certain if it's a hardware problem or not. I'm really hoping this isn't a design flaw with the 360 hinge causing issues. I really like the laptop, and would rather not have to deal with hardware issues like this down the road. :/ I'll be calling support in the morning, but was hoping to get this resolved tonight if anyone has had a similar problem.  Thanks!










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A:Yoga touchscreen not working...

Hi,
 
perhaps that program just donīt work with WIN8?
 
Try a Windows system restore and restore it to a point before you tried installing Android SDK.
 
Best
Andreas

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My Yoga 12 touchscreen had lots of smudges and fingerprints. I tried cleaning with a lint free cloth and water, but it didn't do the trick, so I naively added a drop of alcohol to the wet cloth. Oops! It now has weird streaks and discoloration (that only can bee seen when the screen of off, btw). But how can I clean this or refinish the touchscreen to remove the marks the alcohol seemed to create? Lucy? 

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Hi all, I've seen a few other posts on this subject, but haven't noticed anything too recent.  I've run into an issue with my brand new Yoga 720 where my touch screen fails to work.  Upon opening device manager, I see that my Wacom Device has a little alert next to it.  The error reported by the device is: "This device cannot start. (Code 10)  A request for the HID descriptor failed." I have tried to reinstall the driver multiple times.  I've grabbed both the Lenovo and the Wacom versions of the driver with no success. I just got the machine today.  The touch screen did not work during the initial installation process, so I don't think the updates are what killed it (as reported elsewhere).  It's also not promising that things magically started to work again after some amount of time. I suppose I don't mind taking the laptop back, but it's otherwise such a nice little laptop (widespread issues with cheap display parts notwithstanding) that I'd really like to be able to hang on to it. Any assistance and / or updates on this problem would be appreciated! 

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I bought a Lenovo Yoga 13 almost a year ago and recently I upgraded to Windows 8.1 and I've been having touchscreen issues ever since. Everytime I restart or wake make computer back up from sleep/hibernation the screen has this white square on the screen, it looks like this: The mouse is stuck here, but I found some weird trick to get the mouse unstuck and make the box go away. I just touch the screen with my finger where the box is and move it back and forth a few times and the mouse becomes unstuck. However, it leaves 2 white circles on the screen that stays there forever. Here is a picture of those circles. This makes windows think I am touching the screen when I'm really not and therefore I can't click things anymore because if I actually touch the screen then it thinks it's a 2-finger touch which turns into a zoom.  I've looked around and seen that some Lenovo Twist user has this problem here and he/she seemed to fix it with touchscreen firmware updates. However, I cannot seem to find any such fixes for the Yoga 13 since there is no touchscreen firmware update on the drivers site. Anyone have any ideas on how to fix the problem? FYI, I'm not sure if you'll need it but here are my comp specs:

A:Yoga 13 Touchscreen Issues

I can't believe that nobody from Lenovo has addressed this yet. It's so maddening, I'm having the EXACT same problem and I (along with several other people) have been posting about it for months, and we haven't heard so much as a word from Lenovo tech support...so frustrating....
 
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Hello, i bought a Yoga 720 i5-7200U, 8GB ram. After Win10 installation and all updates the touchscreen stops working.I already reinstalled Win 10 two times.Maybe there are some problems with the HID drivers?  These drivers will be installed with every reboot or reinstallation of Win10. Thank for your help. Kova  

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Recently after performing a Windows 10 update i lost all touchscreen drivers from my laptop, and there are none under any device manager sections. Ive tried everything and really need help, surely all i need is to find the correct driver to download or something, any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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The driver download page for this model is pretty comprehensive, but one driver I'm missing is for the touchscreen itself.  I believe the touchscreen manufacturer for this model is Elan MicroElectronics, and that the part is the  Elan MicroElectronics 10 point touchscreen.  When I go to the Elan website, it refers me back to the system integrator (Lenovo) for drivers.  Is there a generic Windows driver in Win 8.1 that works with this hardware? (Before you ask, this is a unit that had a failed/replaced hard drive, so no D: partition is available with the original drivers.) Thanks.

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Hello,
 
I have a brand new yoga 700 and I was ready to ship it back to Lenovo.  My touchscrren were not working properly and I had ghost touches.  I found nothing related to this issue for the yoga 700.
 
However, some people had the same issue with the Yoga 3 14.  see https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/documents/ht103512
 
After verification, I realized that I have the same hardware (LG) .  I applied the firmware recommended in the article and now my touchscreen work perfectly.
 
I hope this post can help some people.
 
Moderator note: link fixed.
 
 

A:Yoga 700 Touchscreen issue

I just bought the same device last week. The link you posted doesn't go to a functinal page, can you please help? I'm having the same issue and am thinking I will have to ship it back. I haven't yet talked to Lenovo. Why do all the links with that address go to pages that have a long error message on it?? 

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So a couple months back, my touchscreen and pen stopped working.I suspect that it was a windows update which caused this. I've tried following the steps on this forum, but installing the Wacom 7.3.4.28 driver hasn't fixed the issue.  

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Hi,When the technician was replacing the faulty motherboard of my yoga 2 pro (out of warranty) with a new one, he accidentally pulled on the wires of the touchscreen connector cable and 4 of those wires detached from the connector.He couldn't remember the order they were in and they are so minute (can see them closely only with a lens) that he couldn't connect them back either. I have attached a photo below I'd be very grateful if anyone canplease tell me a) What is the right order of these wires (the four that are loose are white, red, orange and black) and is it possible to attach them with something - they are too minute too be soldered, so I don't know what to do.b) If the above is not possible, is it possible to buy this connector cable alone? If so where? I would very deeply appreciate some suggestions/help.Thank you,Lakshmi 


























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I'm running windows 10, and suddenly my touchscreen stopped working. I checked in the device manager and the "HID compliant touch screen" was disconected. After trying to reinstall software, it was uninstalled and now the option does not even show up anymore. I reinstalled all lenovo drivers and im getting nothing. Windows has no idea its even there. Full disk format and a fresh copy of windows 10, and still nothing. This laptop has been through lenovo support again and again, the last time it went was kinda the last straw for me. :/ It's out of warranty now, but while it was in repair, other things on the computer were also damaged. Hence why it went back twice. But now suddenly the touch screen has stopped and I can't get a single response. Im hoping this is a driver malfunction somehow, but the touchscreen will not even show up in the device manager, not even under hidden devices. Any help?

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Hey there, I just bought a brand new Yoga 720 13IKB yesterday. Now I just configured Windows 10 and realized that the Touchscreen doesnt work. Like, at all. Which is funny, because it worked once, at the first screen of the Windows initialization, where I pressed "Next" on the touchscreen. After the whole procedure, when I got to the desktop, however, it ceased to work. In the device manager it says 'this device cannot start" (Code 10)'  on the 'Wacom Device'. It also has the yellow exclamation mark on it. So I assume, that's what causes the problem. I just don't know how to fix it, though. I'm absolutely out of ideas at this point. The list of things I've tried includes:- Deinstalling Wacom Drivers entirely- Reinstalling Wacom drivers, first time from Wacom directly, second time from Lenovo page- Installing every othe driver, including chipset drivers- Installing all availably Windows Updates- Installing newest Lenovo Firmware- Installing new BIOS (which didn't work since the newest BIOS was already on there)- Giving up and doing a complete factory reset, including reinstalling Windows 10 None of these things did anything. Even now, after the factory reset it still has the same issue and the same yellow excalamtion mark. What the hell. It has to be some driver issue, since the touchscreen itself worked (once).  So what am I supposed to do?? I can't even return my machine and request a new one, since the st... Read more

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I've recently bought a 510-14AST and configured it dual boot with Fedora (25) Linux. So its running a recent kernel. Everything works (sound, video - both with Xorg and wayland, network) apart fromthe touchscreenscreen rotationfirewireI can live without the screen rotation and firewire, but I would really like to get the touchscreen working. But I am unable to divine anything about the touchscreen which might lead me to some sort of resolution. There is a mystery USB device (amd 0438:7900) which might relate to the touchscreen - but I'm unable to find any further details on this. Under MSWindows, wacompen.sys appears in the drivers, but in Linux, the wacom and wacom_w8001 modules (v2.00) don't detect anything.

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After upgrading my Yoga 2 13" Notebook to Windows 10, the operating system is unable to recognize the pen & touch drivers on the system board. I'm able to see what appear to be generic "Slate" and "USB Input" drivers in under install Human Interface Devices within the Device Manager. However, when observing Windows System information, the OS reports that it is not capable of Pen & Touch. Lenovo's Synaptics drivers do not appear to install the Touchscreen drivers upon installation. I have attempted performing a full system recovery multiple times now, and installing Lenovo drivers manually. No change in status. Looking for a solution if anyone else has been able to resolve this issue. ??

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I too have been having this problem. I bought my yoga 2 13" laptop about 2 months ago and the phantom touches started about a month later. At first I thought maybe the screen was picking up the fingerprints left on my screen or that there was a lag in response when i would touch the screen and nothing would happen but after reading other posts I can see this is a much bigger problem. When it starts I can'tget control of anything and have to wait for it to eventually stop and then restart my computer.  I found that this makes things subside for a while but then it starts all over again with no rhyme or reason.The most annoying part is that it closes my open tabs on the browser and sometimes opens others that are saved on my favorite bar. I'm worried that one day I'll be in the process of writing a paper for school and it deletes it before I get control of the screen.  Had I known this was such a common issue I would have never bought this laptop. Here I thought I was making my life a little easier being able to bring in my laptop to class and take up as little space as possible but looks like I will not have the option of using the touch screen if this is not easily resolved. 

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A:Yoga 2 13 Phantom touches on touchscreen

I have a similar problem with my Yoga 3 14 (I7). It works from a fresh boot, but if it goes to sleep, or sometimes sits for a while even w/o the screen blanking, the touch scrren doesn't respond to touches, but does have 'phantom' touches. Turning off and back on fixes. I got the laptop about a month ago. This seems to be a driver issue to me.

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Hello, The touchscreen on my Yoga 720 stopped working as soon as I plugged a HDMI cable through an adapter for USB-C. The laptop is not even a month old and the touch screen was working before I plugged the HDMI cable into the adapter. I tried desactive and activate the touch screen but it didn't work. Any solutions? Thanks

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Here is how the problem appeared:1. I received a new 20FQCTO1WW. First-time booted fine, touch and pen were working at this time.2. Repartitioned the drive and installed Windows (10 pro, the retail version)3. Installed wifi driver from Lenovo support page (http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-x-series-laptops/thinkpad-x1-...)4. Installed Lenovo System Update and used that to get all the drivers, etc. At this point device manager shows nothing missing, I see all touch screen, pen, Wacom device and all the things but touchpad and pen input doesn't register anything.  I suspect firmware/driver issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Just as a side note, touchscreen as well as brightness adjustment doesn't work out of the box on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, if anybody has ran into this and found solutions. 

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Main issue im having is the keyboard is acting very bizzare. First keypress does not register when I start typing or after pressing the spacebar. shift keys and backspace are intermittent. for example, on this sentence i had to press the "f" key twice as well as press every letter twice after each press of the spacebar. Reinstalled drivers, system restore, malware scans all to no avail. i'd guess it's a hardware issue.now the touchscreen:does not work 99% of the time but randomly appears to. When it's not working windows tells me no touch is available for this display. Seems like a poor connection to me as well as I can't seem to find touch screen drivers. anyone have experience with this?   

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