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    Lilliput FA1011-NP/C/T touchscreen 90 degrees off?

    Hi all,

    I have a really bizarre problem here - the touchscreen on my FA1011-NP/C/T seems to be 90 degrees out of alignment with the actual LCD! To put that into practice - if I go into MS Paint:

    - Drawing a line up instead draws a line left
    - Drawing left instead draws a line down
    - Drawing down instead draws a line right
    - Drawing right instead draws a line up

    I've torn the assembly apart but could find no obvious wrongdoing. I've tried calibrating, and then rotating the screen in Win7 to no avail. I am currently using Windows 7 Professional and the monitor is plugged in via HDMI + USB to an Asus P8H67-I motherboard. There are no other problems - image is sharp at native resolution with 1:1 pixel mapping.

    What the heck is going on?

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    strange... did You checked the rotation settings on Intel control panel? might be rotated by a hotkey... or is it rotated everywhere, in BIOS setup and during bootup too?
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    Ah never mind I fixed it - installed the eGalaxTouch drivers from mo-co-so's website and all is good! I've never seen a touchscreen behave so weirdly without its drivers before though...

    Oh and if it benefits anyone - I got my FA1011 working at full native res with 1:1 on an Intel H67 chipset by installing Intel's drivers, adding a custom resolution in its control interface and then selecting Panel Fit > Maintain Display Scaling. Works for DVI and HDMI, however results in a garbled mess over VGA. Stupid EDID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toomuchdogfur View Post
    Ah never mind I fixed it - installed the eGalaxTouch drivers from mo-co-so's website and all is good! I've never seen a touchscreen behave so weirdly without its drivers before though...

    Oh and if it benefits anyone - I got my FA1011 working at full native res with 1:1 on an Intel H67 chipset by installing Intel's drivers, adding a custom resolution in its control interface and then selecting Panel Fit > Maintain Display Scaling. Works for DVI and HDMI, however results in a garbled mess over VGA. Stupid EDID.
    then, i missunderstood Your problem...

    do You use hibernation ? I have a strange problem with both factory cable and EDID, and with hacked custom EDID cable too: i had to add the custom resolution too (intel G41 integrated video with HDMI out), and after normal boot, the resolution is the desired 1024x600. but when it comes back from hibernation, it always falls back to 960x600. very annoying... i found a temp solution: i found a utility that switches the display mode by commandline parameters, and centrafuse is able to run defined commands after power management events, so it forces the resolution to 1024x600 after every return from hibernation - but the picture flickers and its not too elegant solution...
    "case": Skoda Superb Elegance 1.8T
    Asrock G41MH-GE, E2180 2GHz dualcore, 1024MB DDR2/800, Samsung F1 750GB/7200RPM/32MB, M4-ATX, Lilliput FA1011 HDMI touchscreen, ASUS Xonar DG PCI, homemade Quectel L10 USB GPS

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    Oh hm, no I have an SSD so I use standard poweroff/boot procedures. However I'll try out hibernation next time I'm in my car and tell you how it goes!

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    OK tried out hibernation, but could not replicate the problem you had there. However I do notice that if I am running Windows Media Center full screen and I switch off my monitor and back on again, the resolution will be wrong. Minimizing Media Center though fixes the issue up pretty quickly.

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