I have an toshiba m 200 .. i installed xp tablet edition ... but the touchscreen is not working at all ..plus i need a decent driver for lan but its not installing or the driver may b wrong ... what should i do man ...even my recovery programme got vanished ..in short i m screwed ... pls help me
Hi i recently bought a secondhand laptop but the operating software is corrupt and needs re-installing, how am i able to do this as the potege m200 does not come with a cd drive, please help many thanks,phil
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Re: lan and touch screen
What I may suggest is heading over to toshiba's website and checking out their drivers/download section for some help. You may just simply need video drivers for the tablet usage, and as for the LAN, you could get those drivers as well.
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1. turn off computer, wait 15 secs and then re-boot
2. Check for and install any Windows updates
3. Configure the touch display to identify your screen as a touch screen.
4. Search for and then select Tablet PC Settings from the results list.
This will vary with your model and Windows version. You are looking for SetUp of your touchscreen and Settings
I have the solution to the touch screen problem. You need to get the support and strip down document for yout touch screen from HP.. for instance the one for the tx1000 series is c00853874.pdf
you will need another machine or to print the pages required to strip your machine all the way down to removing the monitor, and the surround on the screen.
the document is step by step...label the screw etc, you'll be fine...even if you have never done it before.
the result is the terrible build quality of the machines. the ribbon access cables for the webcam, and for the touch screen are poorly installed.
I found that my touchs screen access cable was not actually properly installed at all, and was only barely contacting when i received the machine.
my touch screen is working properly, you need to be gently with everything, the circuit board that the webcam and the touch screen connect to is directly behind the screen..
you must strip the screen down, and then lift the glass... there are 4 screws around the edges of the glass when you have it stripped down... once you lift the screen up.. there is a circuit board on the rear of the top of the plastic screen back. the are connectors going into this...for the quick access buttons around the screen edges...the webcam,.. and the touchscreen.
i have to say i just discussed this with a guy called GINO on Hp online support...and he doesnt care that this is the solution...or that there has been a manufacturing fault since day on.. they never plugged the cables in properly.