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Calibration of Touch screen 13 Jan 2020 16:32 #1

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Has anyone managed to calibrate the touchscreen? it seems not possible to touch the crosses
Maybe i am a pedant but its not aligned correct.
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Calibration of Touch screen 18 Jan 2020 14:56 #2

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Really strange it seems that the Touchdisplay are deffect see the included picture, there is no vissbile damage on the Glas but big part of upper left corner does not respond.
Not nice at all on such a expensive radio

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Calibration of Touch screen 20 Jan 2020 06:34 #3

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If I'm not mistaken you've bought a been used transceiver, correct?
We've performed 2 remote sessions, but couldn't determine the source of the issue.
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Calibration of Touch screen 20 Jan 2020 07:35 #4

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Yes but there is no damage to front screen, If such would have been you should see that on glas. But i suspect there will be spare parts?
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Calibration of Touch screen 20 Jan 2020 07:49 #5

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On your behalf I just tested my MB1 touch screen. It was not calibrated too well. This doesn't bother me because I operate the MB1 in a multiple screen extended display mode so touch is turned off.

But anyway, in case you have not yet tried these steps, I corrected it by obtaining the very latest display driver: downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29314/Intel-Graphics-Driver-for-Windows-15-45-?product=88345

Next, I upgraded the touch screen drivers that you see in Decive Manager:

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Be connected to the internet, uninstall both instances. Scan for hardware changes and let Windows get the the latest drivers.

Reboot. Try calibration again. Maybe this will not help but, if not already done, worth a try I would think.
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Calibration of Touch screen 20 Jan 2020 07:53 #6

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will test it but by looking at the screen print idid it seems that some part of the capasitve layer are not working, But will test your recomendation,
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