Question about Mitac Mio 168 Pocket PC
From my experience, the only solution is to change the display
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
What I have heard from someone who used to work with this company is that 99.9% its not a hardware fault but a levelling fault. The screen has a square metal plate that sits behind it and needs to be perfectly aligned with the touchscreen you see in front. Even 1mm slide would cause problems. They have the tools to reset it to factory "defaults". A simpler alternative is to use "Virtual mouse" from Innovisoft that provides a mouse cursor for guidance !
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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