Hi, I've recently formatted my Laptop HP Envy m7-n101dx (touch) and installed Win7 Ultimate (64 bit). I have downloaded all drivers available on HP website and installed on my laptop. There is only one unknown device left (acpi\msft010), and I'm unable to to find the correct driver. My problem is I'm unable to use the touch screen of the laptop, I've googling and found that is there must be a problem with with the Human Interface Device, but when I've checked the Device Manager no Human Interface Device is on the list. Please could anyone help me out. Thanks in advance
I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system
It's worked out well for many of us in the past.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)
Hello @JeffJadoo, Thank you for visiting the HP Forums! The Forums are a great place where you can find solutions for your issues, with help from the community! I understand that you are having an issue with the Touch Screen, and wanted to assist you! Did the notebook originally ship with Windows 10? How did you go about formatting the notebook, and installing Windows 7? You may be able to use the Recovery Manager to restore the drivers, however, based on how you installed Windows, the Recovery Partition may already be removed. You can also try reviewing the following document, to see if the information helps: HP Notebook PCs - Touch Screen Issues (Windows 8) Please post back with the results. It is possible that the Touch Screen may not be supported for Windows 7 on that particular notebook. Please let me know if this information helps you resolve the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution", this will help others easily find the information they may be looking for. Also, clicking the Thumbs up below is a great way to say thanks! Have a great day!Read other 2 answers
If anyone is thinking of buying an HP Envy all in one touch screen computer then DON'T do it! I bought one less than 9 months ago. The touchscreen failed and rendered the whole computer inoperable. It took several hours on the phone to get them to agree to take it in for repair. After three weeks they claimed to have repaired it and sent it back. They changed all the settings and locked them so I could not put the settings back to how they were. I don't like working on a black screen with white writing!! It took another couple of hours on the phone to get them to fix it. Now less than two months later the exact same problem with the touchscreen has arisen again. It has taken two days to get them to agree to take it back in for repair. They cannot collect it until next Thursday. It will take another two weeks after that before it's repaired and returned to me. I am really really disappointed with this machine and warranty service especially so as it was very expensive!Read other answers
I literally have had this laptop for 2 days. I disregarded this the first day but now on day 2 my screen goes crazy. It looks like a child is going crazy messing with the touch screen and opening things and zooming in while I'm watching netflix or anything. I have never seen a laptop with a touch screen do this before. There are random dots popping up also. I calibrated it and updated everything and it still does this. The lock screen with even shake and when I try to type my password it types then erases it then the touch type pops up. It takes me 5 minutes to unlock the computer when ut should only take 5 seconds. This is driving me crazy. Does anyone know what is going on? Or am I the only one who has this problem...
Hello briskitz This sounds like a problem called Ghost touches on your touch screen.If you bought this machine in a store, it would be faster to take it back and exchange it.If not or you bought it online, you will want to contact HP Support for a warranty issue. Contact HP Worldwide | HP® Official SiteChoose the country you are in.Choose Support, then choose For home.Enter the full product number and follow the prompts.Read other 1 answers
I dont recall when the issue has occured, but it has been a while since my touch screen has worked. It weird because under pen and touch it states that there is no inout for pen or touch when clearly my computer's touch screen once worked. What should I do to bring the once beloved feature back? Thank you for your help!Read other answers
I was watching a youtube video when i decided to do some browsing when suddenly my touch screen stopped responding. i have tried restarting, factory reset, updating drivers.. everything. my screen will only work on one half or it doesnt work at all. HP refusing to help as its out of warranty (i bought it brand new sealed last month but for some reason warranty is out???) i called HP who told me to call Currys as that is where it was originally bought by the person who sold it to me. I called Currys and they told me to call HP Parts to see how much the parts would cost on top of a £50 labour charge, I called HP parts who told me they cant find any parts for my laptop on there system and they are unable to help. I would of thought that HP would have all parts for all laptops consdering ITS A HP LAPTOP!!!!!! I paid £500 for this laptop less than a month ago and i have no easy way to fix my problem can anyone help???Read other answers
After a windows auto update my touchscreen no longer responds. I think it is a driver issue. My windows is INSISTING that the best driver is this generic driver from 2006. The display also shows up in the wrong place in the device manager. It's not in the HID list. I'm also having issues with the wireless since an update. It, for lack of a better term, stutters. Other devices will connect just fine and stay connected. But this laptop will drop the connection or simply not 'see' the network. Any help is appreciated.Read other answers
In the last two weeks my HP Envy 27 Recline Touchsmart All in One k350xt CTO has powered down and won't power back on properly several times. Tried the power button, no response. Disconnected all sources of power to the computer and still no response after reconnecting power source and pressing the power button. Attempted the same process a second time and after a few minutes the computer finally powered up. Please advise. This computer was purchased 8 months ago with Miscrosoft Windows 10 installed. Thank you.
I meant this post to be public, praise the abacus! So copied from what was sent as a private message. Hi there @brsrcu, May the Forums be with you! It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts, and other support personnel. I understand that your computer is not powering on properly, but after removing power and trying again it will power on. I am happy to help with this. Please post the full product number for your computer. See the following, if you need help with that information. HP Desktop PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number, Serial Number or Product Number? Was your system running Windows 10, prior to that time, or does this issue coincide with a WIndows 10 upgrade? Assuming for now the issue coincides with a Windows 10 installation, you can try HP PCs - Sleep and Hibernate Issues (Windows 10, 8). Another helpful document is: HP Desktop PCs - Computer Does Not Start (Windows 10,8), and focus on the power related symptoms unless there is a change. Please let me know whether that works for you, and if it does resolve your issue, please mark this post as a solution. Kudos would also be appreciated.Read other 5 answers
I had disabled the HID-compliant touch screen driver some time ago. It was working fine then, now that I have re-enabled it, touch screen is not responding at all. I have tried reinstalling the driver, perfomed the system updates, callibaration of the touch input from table pc settings, perfomed a touch screen diagnostic test in HP Hardware Diagnostic UEFI, but the problem is not resolved. I have tried all of the steps except step 6 and 7 which asked for system restore and recovery from the following link:-http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03488148 I want to know if there is any way that I can get my touch screen working without performing system reset as I have some important softwares running, and dont have an external drive to backup my data in case of factory reset? Note:Also I am unable to install a fresh copy of windows as I have forgotten BIOS password, halt code show in 75104257.Read other answers
I disabled my touch screen how do I get it back on?Read other answers
Please help! The touch screen on my Envy laptop no longer works. I've tried restarting and shutting off, but to no avail. When I go to PC Info, it tells me that: "No pen or touch input is available for this display." This is obviously incorrect, because my laptop is, in fact, a touch screen. I haven't installed any programs that would have affected the feature. Thanks,Jerry
Hi Jerry, Welcome to the HP Forums!I would like to take a moment and thank you for using the forum, it is a great place to find answers. For you to have the best experience in the HP forum, I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I understand that your touchscreen is not functioning. When you looked in PC info, you see "No pen or touch input is available for this display" I suggest you uninstall and delete the display driver. I would reinstall with the original driver and then run The HP Support Assistant to do updates. Here is a link to assist you with reinstalling the original driver. Using Recovery Manager to Restore Software and Drivers (Windows 8). If you would like further assistance, would you provide your exact model of Envy 15 Touchsmart you have and the Operating System you are running and if it is 32 or 64 bit.How Do I Find My Model Number or Product NumberRead other 8 answers
My touch screen has stopped working and I can see in the device manager that the HID-Compliant Touch Screen controller is greyed out. When I click on it is say: Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer. (Code 45)To fix this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer.Can anyone help me fix this please?Thank you
Hi @Monty007, Welcome to the HP Forum! It is a terrific place to find answers and tips! For you to have the best experience in the HP forum I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide: First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More What is your exact model of Envy 4 Sleekbook? HP Notebook PCs - How Do I Find My Model Number, Serial Number or Product Number? I understand that your touchscreen is not responding. It is listed in Device Manager under HID but it is grayed out with code 45,(Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer) . Here is a link that I believe may help with this issue: HP Notebook PCs - Touch Screen Issues (Windows 8) Please let me know the outcome. Thanks for being a part of the HP community. Please let me know if this helps resolve the issue by marking this post as "Accept as Solution". If you require further assistance, let me know and I will gladly do all I can to help. If you wish to say "thanks" for my efforts, click the "Thumbs Up" to give me a Kudos.Read other 1 answers
Hello, I bought an HP Envy 15-J170us laptop which now has a cracked touch screen. I don't know how it got cracked, I put it in my padded PC backpack and set it in the back of my car, with nothing on top of it, and when I opened it up it had several cracks in the display radiating from one of the microphone holes (at least I assume it those are microphone holes) in the top of the glass. If this could be covered by my warranty it would be great, but if not, I need to know how I can get the touch screen replaced. Thanks, Mathew Pierce
I am an HP employee.
If you purchased accidental damage protection plan, then this would be covered as a part of this plan. This is not covered as a part of standard warranty. You can go to Manuals section and download the Maintenance and Service Guide which has the part number and the procedure to replace the screen: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Home.jsp?prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=5354982Read other 8 answers
Thank you for any help on this, as I am stumped. I was given an Envy x360 touch screen laptop from a friend who claims the sreen cracked on its own, and the touch functionality was thrown off. I never did a touch screen laptop, but I have done plenty of digitizers so I thought it would nto be a big deal. Initially I noticed that the touch screen was somewhat responsive, but BARELY. You could touch it, and it may or may not register somewhere else on the screen. Experience showed me that even if a digitizer is cracked, it can often maintain its functionality, especially if there is one clean crack, so I got suspicious out of the gate. Nevertheless, the digitizer came, and I put it in, looks brand new, but the touch was not there. I ran the erase block diag test, and when I put my finger all over the screen, blocks from other parts of the screen were being erased. Over a couple minutes, I got it down to like 10 blocks, but never could complete it. The drag and drop test was a complete lost cause. I read about issues when upgrading Windows that you could lose the touch, but this is in bios so I'm not assuming that could be an issue. So the screen was fixed, but that same lack of functionality was there. So I ordered a control board, the little board that sits on the edge of the monitor where to plug in the touch screen ribbons, I just put that in, no change. I have made sure that the ribbons are going in as far as possible, a number of times already. Any... Read moreRead other answers
How do I turn on the touchscreen option on my laptop? The other forums that describe to press the windows button + X does not work. Also under device manager the settings button is not highlighted therefore I cannot change settings. I would like to turn on the touch screen on my computer. ThanksRead other answers
Does anyone have instructions on Installing a second monitor on a HP Envy All-in-one Touch Screen PC? I tried setting up an old HP w2558hc monitor(not touch screen), but I had many issues with it extending across. The second monitor appears to be incompatible with the Touch Screen Software as well as the video card. I encountered issues with mouse and keyboard. Disconnected second monitor and everything worked fine. It doesn't appear that the All-in-One Desktop Touch Screen Desktops sofware will support a second monitor.
Hi, It is an AIO (All-In-One) class machine. Well, all in one means all in one therefore designers may think people will use those machines as all-in-one or stand-alone units. But what is your AIO ? Please check its label at the back. Regards.Read other 1 answers
Hello, I just got my new laptop yesterday. One thing that I noticed immediately is that the screen has faint streaks / bands vertically. I was able to take a pic of it below. Look at the wording "hoose your picture" and notice the purple-ish band that goes vertically above the letters "ur" on the word "your" .Also if you look at the middle area between the two black lines, to the right of the word "Picture", you can see alternating faint bands. Display driver is up-to-date. Help?
It is very hard to make out in the picture, but just barely visible. I don't think it is a hardware issue. I would try calibrating the monitor to see if the pictutre can be improved. http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/calibrate-monitor-windows-10Read other 2 answers
How can I get the touchscreen numeric keypad to reappear so that I can log in with my PIN? It disappeared without warning. I tried to go into the device center but I didnt see any options for the keypad.
I think I got a similiar problem with my HP Spectre x360 13-4132ng, Windows 10 64-bit.The login with touchscreen and PIN is possible but sometimes (often), when I click on the input box for the PIN on the login screen, the PIN-keyboard appears for a second but immediately disappears again. So I start the laptop and move my finger upwards on the touchscreen (so that the users are shown). Then, I am able to enter my PIN with the keyboard. But the problem is that it takes about 10 seconds (5 to 20) to get the on-screen keyboard appear. I tap on the input box with my finger, so that the on-screen keyboard (with numbers only) appears, but then, half a second later, the on-screen keyboard disappears again. After trying this several times (tapping the input box 3 to 10 times), the on-screen keyboard finally remains displayed.Read other 5 answers
Bought a brand new Envy last Thursday, touchscreen did not work. Called support and they remotely worked on it for a few hours ultimately having to restore to factory settings, still did not work. Exchanged laptop at store yesterday and the touchscreen on this one does not work either. Per the sales person at the store the touchscreen should work with computer in laptop or tablet mode, is this correct? Is there a known issue with these that I should choose another model? Is there something that has to be enabled? I have checked the drivers and all is newest version and enabled. Thanks for any help.Read other answers
My touch screen has stopped working and I can see in the device manager that the HID-Compliant Touch Screen controller is greyed out. When I click on it is say: Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer. (Code 45)To fix this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer.Can anyone help me fix this please?Thank youRead other answers
My laptop automatically updated in Sept./Oct. It took about an hour and had multiple restarts, so I am assuming it was a Windows 10 update. I am not 100% sure though. Afterwards, the touch screen doesn't work. My laptop automatically updated in Sept./Oct. It took about an hour and had multiple restarts, so I am assuming it was a Windows 10 update. I am not 100% sure though. Afterwards, the touch screen doesn't work. I can tap the screen and it will select stuff but I cannot scroll or anything else. Anyone able to help with this? It is drving me bonkers.Read other answers
My Lenovo U410 Touch recently got damaged - the hinge broke causing the touch screen to **bleep**.I was told that a repair was not feasible as none of the repair shops near me were able to source the parts needed.I therefore bought a new laptop. However, there is a lot of data on the old laptop that I want to access, including sorting out the licensing of MS Office (by uninstalling from the old one).I cannot do anything about it as the old machine is completely unusable as due to the touch screen being cracked, it seems to think it is constantly being touched in multiple places on the screen. This means that I cannot access the laptop to copy the data or uninstall Office. Anyone know any way around this that doesn't involve taking it to a repair shop to "recover" my data. CheersRead other answers
My Ideapad S415 touch screen has suddenly stopped working. I've had a tech connect to my PC and try a BIOS reload of default settings, plus unistalling all "HID" devices in Device Manager with no resolution. I've also tried a system restore with no luck. The system properties does see the touch capability. Suggestions? Thanks.
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First do a Power Drain
(If the battery is removable)
Remove AC and Battery and hold the power button down for 15 sec.
Turn the computer back on and see if the Touch capability is now detected under System Properties,
I suggest you contact Lenovo Technical Team about the Issue as this may be a device detection issue.
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It seems from the forum posts that there are many many people with the same issue, and no solution to the problem! When will HP take responsibility for this issue and provide a solution? The issue is the "Touchsmart" screen is no longer responding to touch!!! What's the point of a touch screen laptop if it does not respond to touch!!!! I have been through all the proposed solutions ... device manager... etc. etc... but still nothing... Under System: Pen and Touch it says: It says no pen or touch input is available for this display Please can HP help its customers resolve this issue?
Hello @HP-Envy, Welcome back to the HP Forums! I came across your post and want to help you restore the functionality of the touchscreen on your HP ENVY TouchSmart m7-j120dx. This seems to be a driver related issue, but could be related to something else as well. To being, please perform a hard reset. Next, I recommend restoring the BIOS so the notebook will research the hardware that it has installed. HP Notebook PCs - Restoring the BIOS Once the BIOS restoration is complete follow the steps in this touchscreen troubleshooting document, I know you have completed most of the steps from it but doing it after the BIOS restoration is key. HP Notebook PCs - Touch Screen Issues (Windows 10)(If component tests is not an option in step four of that document, use the testing for hardware failures document) HP Notebook PCs - Testing for Hardware Failures (Windows 10, 8) I look forward to your reply with the results!Read other 5 answers
battery not in recall but same as ones recalled. the battery bracket only had 2 of the 4 screws it should have had like they knew it was going to expand. it warped the case damaged one circuit board and would not boot up because it would power on for only 5 seconds. wondering how to contact hp to let them know they have additional problems with soft case batterys.Read other answers
HP ENVY TS 17 Notebook PCProduct number: E8A11UA#ABAWindows 8.1 64-bitIntel(R) HD Graphics 4600System board: 1965 KBC Version 93.51System bios: F.56 Good day, My screen was replaced very soon after purchasing my laptop (dead pixels) and I would like some confirmation that the problem I am now experiencing is related to the hardware reinstallation before taking it back to the service center. I did not experience this issue prior to the replacement. During the boot into Windows, or some times after a day of use, the screen malfunctions with several visible "ghost touches" on screen (I have the "Show visual feedback when I touch the screen" enabled). The touch functionality is then disabled, with the Windows Event Viewer System warning:A multi-touch device reported inconsistent contact information. Some times it is possible to reactivate the touch screen functionality by uninstalling the "HID-compliant Touch Screen" device driver and then scanning for new hardware. Restarting usually resolves the issue, but occasionally the system does not recognise the above driver and lists it as an unrecognised device in the USB controllers section of the Device Manager. I ran the UEFI touch screen test a few times - it usually passes, but there was one time when the touch screen was disabled and you couldn't run the test. I have refreshed my PC, but this did not help. Any feed... Read more
Hi Indy_za, Welcome to the HP Forums!I would like to take a moment and thank you for using the forum, it is a great place to find answers. For you to have the best experience in the HP forum, I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I understand that after replacing the Touchsmart screen, you are getting ghost touches. You did a refresh on your notebook, but it did not help. Here is a link to assist you. Troubleshooting Touch Screen Issues in Windows 8/ I hope this helps.Read other 5 answers
Hi,My Envy 23 Smart Touch recently refused to start. I search and did the recomended items to try and get it going again, such as:Diconnect all devices, disconnect power, hold power button for 5 sec, power on with F10 key, etc... have performed this numerous times.No luck. I don't see the BIOS. There is power as the hard drive light does do a short light, and the DVD drive does make an initial sound. Even tried a USN keyboard to see if that would help. I have even reset my CMOS with the jumper pins, checked the battery, unplug/plug hard drive and other cords that attach to the motherboard. Have reseated the RAM - tried to also boot with just one chip in. Hard drive appears to be ok as I was able to browse its contects when I removed it and attached it to my smart TV (Partitions and folders). Still, no response to the PC other than the quick LED HD light coming on and the quick LED light on the DVD drive -screen remains blank. This PC is just now 3 years old. Anything else to try?Thanks in advance.Jim
My ENVY 23 Touch screen dioeds not start. I tried all the suggested steps that I could find... As we have two power cords exactly the same wattage, that has been tried as well... Ther light at the back comes on when the power cord is plugged in, but the start button coes not work. Unplugging and holding the start button down for 10 seconds and re starting does not work.Restartting with F10 key down does not work. Nothing seems to do the trick. It happenerd once before and I was able to restart it with a hard start (holding the power button down for 5-10 seconds with power cord off) and restarting. It did work about three weeks ago. Now it does not. Any suggestions?Read other 1 answers
the lcd backlight on my envy k204na appears to have failed......4 months out of warrenty! im not confident seperating the digitiser from the lcd panel and the cost of the complete unit is ridiculous, can i use a standard lcd screen, a third of the cost, to replace the existing screen? if so what is the part number i need. any advice greatly appreciated footnote: dont buy a touch unless you are absolutley sure you are going to use it.......or your loaded and can afford repairs/replacement!Read other answers
The touchscreen stopped working suddenly. At first i though it was like a normal failure and that will get fixed by turning the pc of or restarting so I did not pay attention to it until now that I had restart my pc multiple times. Currently running win10. I started to believe it was because of an update a few days ago since it was when the problem started. I have checked for the HID-compliant Touch Screen driver.Read other answers
I'm having the same problem as others with my HP envy 17. The left hindge has broken without any drops or setting it down to hard.
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Tonight I upgraded from Windows 8 whereby my touchscreen worked perfectly to Windows 10 whereby my touchscreen on my HP Envy laptop is totally non-responsive. Is there a fix for this problem? Does HP have a new driver or software that will fix this problem? Is this a Microsoft problem that we have to wait until and update? I have read where others have experienced the same. I cannot imagine Microsoft not supporting touch screens since it is required in tablets, phones and many cross over laptops and computer monitors these days. Please help
My HP Envy touchscreen is not working after the Window 10 install. Looking for direction also!Read other 8 answers
Hello everyone, my touch screen on my lenovo ideapad z400 touch is not working anymore. The only weird thing I remember is some ghost touchpoint on my screen. I've been looking for the answer to this issue, but it seems that Lenovo does not address this problem. If someone has found the solution to this problem and wants to share it with me, I will be forever grateful.
I facing the same situation right now. any solution please. left side of monitor is being "touched"?Read other 1 answers
The touchscreen stopped working suddenly on my Envy TouchSmart Sleekbook 4-1115dx. At first i though it was like a normal failure and that will get fixed by turning the pc off or restarting so I did not pay attention to it until now that I had restart my pc multiple times. Currently running win10. I started to believe it was because of an update a few days ago since it was when the problem started but all drivers and everything is up to date. I have checked for the HID-compliant Touch Screen driver and had to show hidden divices in order to find it. I cannot enable it and when i check in the properties the following message displays: "Currently, this hardware device is not connected to the computer. (Code 45)To fix this problem, reconnect this hardware device to the computer." I have no idea on how to connect or how it got disconnected. I come from a similar thread but did not solve my problem. I have been researching this for hours and have not found and answer. Help please!Read other answers
Not only are "pen and touch" no longer in my control panel, HID-compliant touch screen is not in my device manager. Needless to say, my touch screen is non-responsive.
I have a Compaq Elite 8300.
I had problems before but everything was working 24 hours ago and I didn't make any changes since then.
Hey everybody, I just received my P40 last week as a replacement for another Lenovo device. So far, everything seems to work fine with one exception: When I turn the screen over to the "tablet position", the touch screen and the touch pen show erroneous behaviour.a) As soon as I make the first input with the touch pen, I cannot make any further input with my finger, so the touch input is simply turned off. The Windows setting to ignore touch input when the stylus is used is not active.b) When I try to tap buttons at certain areas of the screen, especially at the upper edge, the cursor of the stylus starts jumping around and shows up at the lower edge of the screen. That means that when I for example tap on the "X" symbol in the upper right corner to close a window, I actually click on some of the symbols in the system tray in the lower right corner. This problem stops occuring as soon as the angle between the two case parts (screen and keyboard) reaches/exceeds approx. 40°. It does not matter if Windows is in "Tablet" or "Desktop" Mode. I already tried to manually install another Wacom driver mentioned at https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-S-Series-ThinkPad-Yoga/Wacom-Tablet-Service-for-ISD-Driver-Win... and https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-P-and-W-Series-Mobile/P40-Yoga-issues/td-p/3293985. I had no luck trying driver versions 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. I would really appreciate your help since this issue makes working in the tablet position... Read moreRead other answers
Hello, My Thinkpad Yoga is connected to a large display through ThenkPad docking station. Its lid is closed. During my work, from time to time I see random touch clicks on my screen, and random opening of menus. It is clear that the touch screen is active although the lid is closed. When I open the lid, and still connected just to the 2nd display (large screen) display the phenomena stops. Worth noting is that although only the 2nd display shows an image, the laptop touch screen is still sensetive to touch. This is I guess why the random touches show up on the screen -- it feels the keyboard not fingers. I expect the touch screen to be disabled while the lid is closed or when projecting only to the 2nd screen. The solution of opening the lid while connected to the docking station is not acceptable. Lenovo's local support suggestion to disable touch for the Yoga is also not acceptable -- people purchase Yoga to get Touch. A solution please! Yaron
I am experiencing the very same thing.A driver/BIOS update would be very much appreciated, dear Lenovo.Read other 9 answers
I bought new, but somehow do not want to workVideo is compared, apparently just enough to buy a new cable https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj5L-1l4qzI&feature=youtu.beI bought it herehttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-Ideapad-S210-New-11-6-LED-LCD-laptop-screen-with-touch-glass-/1912932...
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Hi Magnutus, welcome to the forums.
Please check if you Lenovo S210 is on warranty under with this tool.
After that you can open a ticket with Lenovo for the screen to be fixed, if it is not under warranty it will have a cost.
If you are the guys that like to fix it yourself (and it is not under warranty) I can recommend you to check the support site for your model, read the Hardware Maintenance Manual (on the documents area) and check how the machine is organized on the inside. On the parts lookup page you can find the parts number so you can find a replacements for the component that is giving you issues.
I hope this links helps you.
I want to buy this mouse to better work with my laptop.
Can somebody give me some feedback on how this glas pane works instead of a scrollwheel? Handling, etc.
Sorry I can't answer your question, but this post piqued my interest. I use the Logitech 620 touch mouse on a Windows 7 box at work. I find a little touchy and has to tweaked. But I haven't tried the 620 on Windows 8. Because I'm always looking for the perfect mouse, I think I might just pick up the 400 tonight and let you know.Read other 1 answers
Hello,I am desperate for help. My laptop will turn on. And I can type in my password. But then when the computer loads it takes a very long time and when it gets to the desktop the keyboard, the mouse, the touchpad, and the touch screen won't work. I can see everything on my desktop. But I cannot open anything or do anything at all. How can I fix this?Thank you!!!Read other answers
hello,iam facing a severe problem regarding th touch on HP envy notebook 13 .touch bubbles are being appeared without any touches made manually,i have facing this problem since a month.hope u guys help me out to solve this problem.Read other answers
My ENVY m6-AQ003 x360 touch screen function clicks itself. It clicks really fast in a straight vertical line. I havn't used it in a couple days so when I turned it on and it started clicking my first thought was the mouse was acting up or the touch pad. so I unplugged the mouse and restarted the computer. It continued to do it after the restart so I tried to turn off the touchpad. But the screen kept clicking before I could. Although it has stopped after i played around with it. It seems to keep doing it from time to time a few clicks. I know it is the touch screen function after I realized that the touch screen makes circles where you click and the mouse and touch pad don't. I hope there is a quick fix so I dont' have this problem when I travel in a few days.Read other answers
The laptop: HP Envy TouchSmart 15 Notebook PC (15-j173cl)Windows 8.1 Pro The problem: I use an external monitor, so my laptop is usually shut. Randomly, my touch screen THINKS something is touching it, which disrupts whatever I'm doing. I would like to disable the touch screen completely, as I do not use it at all. I thought maybe the latch wasn't closing properly, but the screen resolution changes when I shut the laptop, so it KNOWS it's closed and switches to the proper resolution for my external monitor, but it DOES NOT disactivate the touch screen, and some dirt or something is touching it, changing where my mouse is pointed, where I am typing, etc. I have tried cleaning the screen and keyboard with compressed air. The problem happens randomly; sometimes when I CAD for the day, sometimes after hours of working.
Hello, @rockspeak Welcome to the HP Forums.I see that you're looking to disable the touch feature in your notebooks display. I will help you with this. You can do this by going into Device Manager > click the + or > by Human Interface Devices > right click on HID-compliant touch screen > choose disable. This will have disabled the touch ability. Let me know if this works for you.Thank you for posting on the HP Forums.Read other 5 answers
hello, my computer had a Windows update today, and now the touchscreen (which was fully functional before the update) is not working. it is not the screen, as this happened once before to me and I did a system restore to fix it. I tried a system restor this time, didn't work. I looked in the Device Manager, and there IS NO DRIVER for my touchscreen. how do I reinstall, it is NOT listed in the driver list on the HP website for my product. help! IvanRead other answers
Hi, Just a quick question, we have one hp touch laptop model # 13-a200nx Pavilion series, and it touch has broken. I wanted to know can we replace its touch with non touch screen ? is there any availability? ThanksRead other answers
window 8.1 check pc info Pen and touch : No pen or touch input is available for this display No pen and touch in control panel I'm ready install drivers completed how do I?
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Check the Touch funtionality in OKR environment.
Turn off the computer and Turn it back on and right away start tapping F2.
Select Recovery. Once in the Recovery screen Test the touchscreen by touching any of the option if it will respond.
If the touchscreen works in OKR Environment, I suggest you perform a One key recovery (expect dataloss).
If the touchscreen still did not work in OKR Environment, I suggest you call Lenovo Technical Team for assistance.
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I have a kiosk on which I've just installed 8.1 pro. It has an oem touch screen manufactured by General touch (p/n st6001u). I've installed the driver and it seems to work but Windows still says "no pen or touch available". My customers using the
kiosk will need to type on screen in addition to just clicking. Is there any way to for the OS into touch mode? I believe under 7 there was an option in Windows features but I can't seem to find anything on 8. Google has been no help.