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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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