Question about HP Pavilion TX2000Z Notebook
IThe pen writes about 1" above the screen surface, so I can't double click or hold. By the time the pen touches the screen it has already scribbled all over.
You're probably resting your hand while you're writing...
this happend to me when i attempted to draw/write/what have you.
the computer can't differentiate between the pen tip and your hand, so what you need to do is disable your finger as a pointing device:
1) go to control panel
2) click on the mobile pc
3) go to pen and input devices
4) you should see a TOUCH tab. click on it.
5) uncheck the box that says "Use your finger as an input device."
This should help. obviously, you lose the capability to use your finger, and the whole idea of touchscreen in general, but you can always enable this after drawing or taking notes.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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