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Thread: Weird problem with 8" Lilliput, please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snootch
    Do you think that resetting the screen through the OSD would do anything to the touchscreen? I guess that will be my last ditch effort before I have to re-install xp.
    I don't know, but seems worth a shot vs an OS install.

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    Finnaly got mine working. Had to use the original driver:

    uninstall all previous drivers
    reboot with only ps2 mouse - no usb devices
    install old driver(without lilliput usb plugged in)
    reboot
    plug in lilli usb

    Then it was recognized. Not sure if this was really the solution or I had a bad connection with the usb port I was using earlier.

    Here are some notes from my research:
    find out if usb is being seen
    device manager - what happens when unplug/plug
    try on another computer
    broke orange touchscreen cable?
    check lilli din connector - Make sure that all the pins are straight
    install driver with ps2 option
    Windows XP is ****!!!
    AMD Sempron 3000+, ASRockVM800, 256MB, 250GB 3.5", DVDRW+, WIFIg, m2-atx, Lilliput 8", RR, GoogleEarth
    Need: daylight viewable screen!

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    Thanks for your help- I'll try that tomorrow when I get a chance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoTicketsPlease
    Finnaly got mine working. Had to use the original driver:

    uninstall all previous drivers
    reboot with only ps2 mouse - no usb devices
    install old driver(without lilliput usb plugged in)
    reboot
    plug in lilli usb

    Then it was recognized. Not sure if this was really the solution or I had a bad connection with the usb port I was using earlier.

    Here are some notes from my research:
    find out if usb is being seen
    device manager - what happens when unplug/plug
    try on another computer
    broke orange touchscreen cable?
    check lilli din connector - Make sure that all the pins are straight
    install driver with ps2 option
    That's plug and play for ya

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    snootch, did this work for you? mine is out again.
    Windows XP is ****!!!
    AMD Sempron 3000+, ASRockVM800, 256MB, 250GB 3.5", DVDRW+, WIFIg, m2-atx, Lilliput 8", RR, GoogleEarth
    Need: daylight viewable screen!

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    getting pretty tired of sitting in my car trying to fix this **** OS
    Windows XP is ****!!!
    AMD Sempron 3000+, ASRockVM800, 256MB, 250GB 3.5", DVDRW+, WIFIg, m2-atx, Lilliput 8", RR, GoogleEarth
    Need: daylight viewable screen!

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