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    My touchscreen is not working. Here's the scenario:

    I noticed in the configuration program that it identifies my touchscreen as "resistive"

    After unplugging it and plugging back in a few times - it then adds a second driver to the configuration and that is called "4-wire" - located below the "resistive" driver. AT this point my touchscreen is now working?!? i don't get it - why is it that when the second driver installs (by itself) it works under "4-wire"?

    BTW, i checked hardware and under USB Touchscreen there are two exact drivers (cannot tell them apart) unlike the touchscreen configuration where i can easily identify resistive vs. 4-wire.

    please help
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