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Nope, the touch screen could be physically damaged. Some work on acoustic surface wave technology, some use resistive sensors,
there are many different types of systems, I have no experience with your particular model.
It could also be a software/driver problem or a catch 22 operating
system bug. Your best bet is to phone the manufacture and ask him how to run system diagnostics, is available.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
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