The touch panel with the system referenced above is out of calibration. That is you actually have to touch the screen to the right of the button you want to activate. Therefore the buttons on the far right of any screen are not accessible. What can I do to recalibrate the touch panel without removing the unit and sending it back to Pioneer which is what they recommend I do?
Hi, You set the screen so its all the way down and hold down the dvd eject then the reset button for a few seconds, then let off of the reset button, keep the eject button held down for another few seconds. Then the screen will say press reset. instead using the joystick, press up,up,down,down then push it in at the center. It will come up with options. the first one is touch screen test. using the joystick click on that one and do the calibration test. You will then have to trace the outline of the screen, while you are on the right side of it, trace it short to make up for the buttons on the right side. when you finish push the joystick in. it will say "settings ok" then go down to the 4th one, i think, and it will say something like test calibration settings and go to that one. It should say that the settings were saved. After that shut the key off and turn it back on and it should be good to go.
One additional tip. If your map comes up in New Jersey and your location is Cleveland, check your antennae connection. Signals for your location and route are received from your antennae. Especially check your connection if you have done any work behind the dash.
I have the same problem on my avic d-1, all of the buttons are so off the navigation feature is useless. It makes me want to punch through the screen. It does not help that i was using a garmin navigation seperatly in my car, and a week ago i was robbed they stole the garmin and a whole bunch of other stuff. So now i really want to re calibrate my screen to save buying another navigation. Oh well i am going to try bun b6661's solution and let you guys know if I am succesful
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If you need to sync the device to the stylus just follow the steps below.<br /><br />1. Turn your <span>Leapster</span> 2 off, and remove the game cartridge<br /><br />2. Hold down the 'hint' button while the game is off. The 'hint' button is the middle small button in the row of three above the directional pad on the left, with a '?' on it.<br /><br />3. With your finger still firmly on the 'hint' button, turn the <span>Leapster</span> 2 back on. Keep your finger on the 'hint' button.<br /><br />4. The screen should be displaying the calibration screen. You can release the 'hint' button now.<br />5. Press the 'A' button on the right to enter the calibration screen.<br /><br />6. A small '+' sign will appear on the screen. Touch it with the stylus. A new '+' sign will appear. Touch this with the stylus too, and repeat for as many '+' signs as your <span>Leapster</span> 2 throws at you.<br /><br />7. The screen will return to the calibration screen. You can now turn the machine off. Leave the cartridge out of the console, and turn it back on.<br /><br />8. Your stylus and touch screen should now be working, enabling you to sign in as usual.<br /><br />9. If it is working correctly then you can turn it off, add a game cartridge and turn it back on.<br /><br /><b>Thanks for <span>using</span> <span>Fixya</span></b>
Calibrate the touch screenThe
command buttons and fields are displayed on the screen image at
specific pixel points. To initiate a response, the touch screen
interface needs to recognize exactly where a fingertip or pen touches
the screen relative to the pixel position of the display. Each user has
a slightly different hand-eye coordination response. Calibrating the
touch screen allows the interface to compensate between where the
program is expecting a touch and where the touch actually occurs.
To calibrate the touch screen, place the tablet notebook in the desired orientation and do the following actions.
Click or tap Start > Control Panel > Tablet PC Settings
to open the Table PC Settings window.
On the General tab, select the option to display the menus in either the Right-handed
On the General tab, select the desired screen orientation
from the drop-down menu, and click or tap Calibrate
. Follow the instruction to touch the screen at the specified points.
Repeat this calibration action for all four of the screen orientations, then click or tap Apply
On the Handwriting Recognition tab, select the Use the handwriting personalization
At a later time, you can return to review the Go to Pen and Input Devices
and Go to Input Panel Settings
options to make using the touch screen to control programs and input text easier and more accurate.
Compare your version of the firmware to the latest one at HP offical site HERE
Press the yellow clear modes button then press
1 9 9 3 and the red clear/stop botton 5 times
this will open up the touch screen calibration menu
select calibrate touch screen. follow on screen directions.
1. Set the correct date and the Mid Button is the OK the center orange.
2. Volume is only changeable in the Music or Vidoe Player
3. to calibrate just press with your stylus on the center of the box with the cross lightly ( it calibrates the sensetivitys )
1. Turn off 2. on Sewing arm above needle there are a series of buttons 3. Hold down bottom 3 buttons 4. While holding turn on machine 5. Using scribe 6. Touch the centre of each + as it appears 7. It will go Centre bottom rh centre top lh as you select each + position it moves of it's own accord. 8. Turn off machine 9 Turn on and test.
Important sometimes this does not entirely fix prob!! Simply do it again "Yahoo"" Some mechanics will try to tell U the screen is on it's way out Bollocks just calibrate. Thanks CYA
Turn leapster2 off. Press and hold question mark button, then turn on leapster2. Keep holding the question mark button until you get a screen that says "touch calibration" on the right. Once you get this screen, let go of question mark button. Press the "A" button to select touch calibration. A small "+" will appear in one corner -- touch it with the pen. Repeat this for all four corners and then the middle. You have re-calibrated the pen. You can then turn the leapster2 off and then on again to play.
If you have tried this and the pen still doesn't work, change the batteries and repeat steps above.
Might need to re-calibrate your screen. From Nintendo's site.
1 Remove all games from the DS.
2 Turn the system on.
3 Press the A Button when the "Touch the Touch Screen to continue" message appears.
4 When the main menu appears, use the Control Pad to to place the cursor over the Settings Menu Panel at the bottom of the screen, and press the A Button.
5 Use the Control Pad to place the cursor over the orange icon that looks like crosshairs (the right-most icon), and press the A Button.
6 Use the stylus, and tap the red square that appears on the screen. Do this each time the square moves.
* You must touch the red square precisely at each of the three positions, otherwise the test will continue to re-start. * If the above steps did not help, there is a problem with the system and it will need to be repaired.
7 When complete, four squares will appear, allowing users to test the touch screen sensitivity. (Testing is optional.) Tap the "Confirm" button in the lower-right corner.
8 Wait for the the confirmation message to disappear, then tap "Quit," then "Yes" to exit. The unit will shut down automatically to save the settings.