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I have a Panasonic CF-T7 Toughbook and just restored it using the factory CD. After doing so, the calibration is off on the screen? It's OK at the bottom of the screen but as you move move the pen towards the top of the screen the calibration gets worse by almost an inch. Panasonic support people are a bunch of idiots and are telling me it's a hardware issue. It was working fine with XP and is happening on more than one Toughbook. Find it hard to believe it's hardware related. The calibration s/w won't initilize. I've looked on-line and tried downloading the latest s/w but it says not compatible with my version of toughbook even though it's the exact same model for the driver I downloaded? This is frustrating. Please help.

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SOURCE: keyboard installation for CF-52 toughbook

Here you , this is a step by step disassembly guide with pictures

Its for a Toughbook CF-50 but it should be similar as theres not too much difference in the model number

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goto your device manager and then find your display driver and update it. Dont search for it, manually locate the driver being in the location where you extracted the driver. Then update. and bingo!

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Panasonic offers backup "Recovery Disks".
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This is a service from the company itself.

There is a fee of $35.00

Please go to their website:

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Recovery DVDs are available by mail for select Toughbook® products. Windows® XP back up service is only available to customers who purchased Panasonic computers with XP downgrade rights. Windows XP Backup Image and Windows 7 Recovery DVDs restore a PC to its original factory image. The standard Panasonic factory image includes the Windows operating system and all drivers/applications originally installed by Panasonic.

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