This can have more than one cause. It could be the touch screen going bad, or as little as dust in between the outer outer and inner layers of the screen glass. This can be fixed by carefully removing the screen, removing the outher layer (touch screen) and with a very sensitive material and/or a can of dust remover, and removing the hair/dust particles that get in between. This takes time and you want to be careful not to break anything.
I work for a company called UsedHandhelds.com that sells and repairs these devices. We might have a decent screen.
Go to www.hpcfctor.com or www.hpcnec.com and post on their forum, they do have a section on how to do this, I believe.
hope you can get it fixed.
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Try recalibrating the touch screen. Devices with touch screens need to be recalibrated in order to respond properly. The greater the use, the more often recalibration is necessary. I recalibrate my phone once a week. I hope this helps.
Try recalibrating the touch feature. Touch screen devices need to be recalibrated ever so often. The more it is used, the more often recalibration should be done. I recalibrate my LG VU once a week. Hope this helps.
the program your looking for is called "digitizer" you'll need to tap the application called "prefs" in your main screen, then there will be a lot of choices one of them will be "digitizer" and you'll want to tap that option
Try the below
1.Recalibrate the touchscreen, repeat several times
2.Turn off write anywhere on the screen
3.Cleaning the edges of the screen under the bezel (metal casing) by sliding a business card about 1/8 inch under the cover.
We've put together some useful tips on calibrating your MobilePro
* When calibrating your touch screen be sure to use the same amount of pressure that you apply during normal use. In general, the lighter the better. This allows the screen to recognize taps consistently.
* When calibrating your touch screen hold the stylus over the calibration point until it moves to the next point. Holding it for this period will lead to greater accuracy than just tapping the spot quickly.
* When calibrating your touch screen support the screen from the back with your other hand. Try not to grasp the screen from the side with your thumb on the front.
* When calibrating your touch screen do not let anything other that the stylus accidentally touch the screen. For example, don't rest part of your hand on the screen to help steady the stylus.
* Once you've completed the stylus calibration, be sure to perform the double tap calibration as well. This will ensure greater accuracy.