I am able to get everything else to work except the ts. See the drivers documentation for details. The time now is Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: I do not have ANY clue what could be the reason. No, create an account now.

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I changed the computer’s setup “Touchscreen” from the default auto to enable and in UPDD setup let it find the appropriate com port instead of com 1. Touchscrren know the touch screen is good as I removed the entire LCD and tried it on another 34 where it worked perfectly. It does not have UPDD installed.

Log in or Sign up. No, create an account now. All times are GMT I think that my BIOS may be the problem, but have searched in vain for a solution.

I tried all the fixes on it and same thing, still no touchscreen. DetachoSep 15,in forum: Yes, my password is: The program installs and then closes at the end. Did the same process to the other original one that was giving me the problem and fixed it also. This may be the reason for frequent crashes, so it might be a good idea to use extfs3.


Not sure what the problem is I have no clue as to what to try next Results 1 to 4 of 4. Tried all the options even a win 2k driver but still no joy. Feel free to mail me if you have questions, tips or additions.

I hit three and noticed the cursor jump around so I hit touchzcreen cursor with the stylus and bingo, it moved! Touchscrsen UPDD and installed, but still no touchscreen.

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Discussion in ‘ Panasonic ‘ started by Silver Trooper touchscrwen, May 30, It then goes through the detection process and fails to detect a device. I do not have ANY clue what could be the reason.

I have followed the same install procedures that I have used on several 34’s, but I just cannot get this one to work. Unfortunately, the connectors of the HDD case are not pin compatible to other Panasonic models, so you have to open the HDD protection case, too.

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Use a high quality screwdriver in order to avoid damage to the screws when opening the case. All operations will not take too much patience, houchscreen if it does take some time to start KDE 2.


I have done an install using all four values that are listed in the bios and none worked with the install of UPDD, they all got the same “device not detected” during the detection portion of the install after the install is complete. Silver TrooperJun 1, April 29th, You may have to register before you can post: Small tech quiz, How’re your problem solving skills?

Do you already have an account? Then during the updd installation use custom and input the the IRQ no.

Thanks for all your help guys and make a mental note of what to try if this happens in the future. See the drivers documentation for touchzcreen.