HP TX1000, orientation of touch sensor is dif from the acual scrn
When I drag my pen up, the cursor moves left. when I move the pen left, the cursor moves down. Changing the screen orientation doesn't help, it's still off by 90 degrees clockwise. It does the same in safe mode. The mouse and touchpad both work properly.
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Calibrate the touch screenThe
command buttons and fields are displayed on the screen image at
specific pixel points. To initiate a response, the touch screen
interface needs to recognize exactly where a fingertip or pen touches
the screen relative to the pixel position of the display. Each user has
a slightly different hand-eye coordination response. Calibrating the
touch screen allows the interface to compensate between where the
program is expecting a touch and where the touch actually occurs.
To calibrate the touch screen, place the tablet notebook in the desired orientation and do the following actions.
Click or tap Start > Control Panel > Tablet PC Settings
to open the Table PC Settings window.
On the General tab, select the option to display the menus in either the Right-handed
On the General tab, select the desired screen orientation
from the drop-down menu, and click or tap Calibrate
. Follow the instruction to touch the screen at the specified points.
Repeat this calibration action for all four of the screen orientations, then click or tap Apply
On the Handwriting Recognition tab, select the Use the handwriting personalization
At a later time, you can return to review the Go to Pen and Input Devices
and Go to Input Panel Settings
options to make using the touch screen to control programs and input text easier and more accurate.
Compare your version of the firmware to the latest one at HP offical site HERE
the screen needs to be re-calibrated. Do this: while powering on the Leapster, hold down the ? key. If it's been worn off, it's the round key on the left hand side above the t-arrow keys and it's the middle button. A new screen will come up that lists Base Info Cart 1 Info, Cart 2 Info, Cart 3 Info. In the right hand corner is a "A" that you can touch with pen beside it, it says "Touch Calib" Touch on that.It will say starting...then in the upper left hand corner there is a +. touch it with pen. it will move to bottom left hand corner. Touch it with pen. It will move to right bottom corner. touch with pen. It will move to upper right hand corner. Touch with pen. It will move to the center of the screen. Touch with pen. Repeat until you come back to the Base Info screen. You're DONE! Power off and on again and you should be all set! Good luck!!
click start button in lower left hand corner, then a pop out menu will come up, click control panel, then find mouse, click it, then go to pointer options and click it, see if theres a box checked that says something like (automatically move pointer to the default button in a dialog box). uncheck that box......hope this helps you.......