|View Poll Results: Should Windows 7 support ALL touchscreens?|
|Se7en should only support *new* touchscreens||4||11.11%|
|No one uses touchscreens...what are you talking about?||1||2.78%|
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|23 Apr 2009||#21|
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While trying to get my 3M MicroTouch EXII working the way it should in Windows 7 (not just as an emulated mouse) I stumbled onto this topic. Today while browsing through the standard avaiable drivers in 7 I came across an ELO touchsystems usb touchscreen driver. Not sure if you already tried this one, and clueless why 7 wouldn't install this automatically, but it might be of use to you. The screenshot is in the attachment, the driver is there in both 7000 x64 and 7077 x86, I haven't tried 7068 x64.
oh, and Copernicus, does touch on your laptop also work in Media Center?
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|24 Apr 2009||#22|
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yeah if read throughout the the thread then you can see the driver can installed but it doesnt do anything....
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