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  • Lilliput 619GL Touch Portion Stops Responding

    As I mentioned in the title my Lilliput will stop responding to touches every 10 minutes or so. I originally thought it was a heat issue but at night when the screen does not even feel warm the problem still occurs. Any ideas?

    Specs:
    Intel 866Mhz PIII
    256MB of RAM
    80GB HD
    USB Hub
    Windows XP
    Centrafuse

    I think that's all the relevant details. Please let me know if you need anything else. A brief search didn't provide any help. Thanks in advance, all.

  • #2
    I got the same model and it was a heat issue for me.

    I stuck a 40m fan on the back and wired it to the main power input of the monitor and its now stable.

    Good way to test is leave it own and blow a fan or the air con onto it at full and see if she stays on for longer.

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    • #3
      It is NOT a heating issue. I just started my car, the interior temperature was 130F and the screen worked for approximately 2 minutes before it stopped working. (Touch portion, display still updates) Another item of interest is the fact that if I touch the screen every 30 seconds or so, the screen continues to work. Part of me thinks it might be the usb cable. I am using a hub instead of an extension. I am going to go try a different cable now. Will post results.

      Thanks again for all the help thus far.

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      • #4
        Bump. :[

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        • #5
          touch screen not responding...

          OK, I'll bite.

          I know more about Windows than I do about car computers (so far anyway!) and I'd take a swag at it and say that it's your XP locking your screen, maybe?

          Right-click on your desktop - Properties - Screen Saver and make sure it is not set to do anything after any amount of time.

          Hope that helps!

          Don
          2006 Mini S Convertible
          Woodbridge, VA

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          • #6
            probably
            Windows is trying to turn off the device to save power after x amount of idle time.
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