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Panasonic cf-29 Touch screen not working

Touch screen has workrd fine but now will not work. Touch pad is fine, device manager says mous is working fine.

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  • correll_kim Aug 13, 2008

    Yes same problem

    My touch screen on my Panasonic CF-29 has quite working and unable to re calabrate. Also evry time the unit gets bumped in the slightest a window pops up regarding certificate information. I have tried to uninstall/re-install the drivers and tried to re-calabrate.

  • jksmith Jan 03, 2009

    My touch screen became enabled. How do I fix it????

  • Anonymous May 14, 2009

    uninstalled and reinstalled driver, no luck... wont work..



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I have a cf29 and the only driver that works for me I found it at the website, 4 and 7 wire touchpanel use the same driver, Good luck!!

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Go to Telrepco site ( We are a Panasonic authorized toughbook repair center and haver a replacement touchscreen solution for $300. Check it out Call 1-800-537-0509

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May be a conection problem. I had a cf72 that the conection had come loose at the motherboard. If its not the conection it may be the scvreen itself.

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