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    This thing might be toast

    Ok I got the setup hints Paul. No joy yet. I even tried another pc running Windows 2k just in case. Changing the com port settings didnt help. But it's possible I just havent found the winning combination like you did. When your pc is running again take a screenshot of the hardware tab that shows the configuration, if you dont mind.

    thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by greaseysub View Post
    Ok I got the setup hints Paul. No joy yet. I even tried another pc running Windows 2k just in case. Changing the com port settings didnt help. But it's possible I just havent found the winning combination like you did. When your pc is running again take a screenshot of the hardware tab that shows the configuration, if you dont mind.

    thanks again
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    With any luck I will be setting it up on another PC this weekend. I'll let you know how it goes and record the solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greaseysub View Post
    Ok I got the setup hints Paul. No joy yet. I even tried another pc running Windows 2k just in case. Changing the com port settings didnt help. But it's possible I just havent found the winning combination like you did. When your pc is running again take a screenshot of the hardware tab that shows the configuration, if you dont mind.

    thanks again
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    I reinstalled the touchscreen today. Initially I had a problem, eventually traced to the Com driver. I simply deleted the driver, restarted the PC and the reinstalled the touchscreen app. It worked perfectly without any additional setup. This was on XP.

    If this doesnt work you could try the SW600071 driver from this site.
    http://www.touchscreen.com.hk/download.htm

    Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by pshadwick View Post
    I reinstalled the touchscreen today. Initially I had a problem, eventually traced to the Com driver. I simply deleted the driver, restarted the PC and the reinstalled the touchscreen app. It worked perfectly without any additional setup. This was on XP.

    If this doesnt work you could try the SW600071 driver from this site.
    http://www.touchscreen.com.hk/download.htm

    Good luck
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    Hmmmm...I wonder why it's nearly plug and play for your setup. I've tried both com ports with many different settings. Are you using 9600 8-N-1 or something non-typical? Oh and your RS232 cable is straight-thru normal serial not crossover right? I tried both just in case.

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    Not a null modem RS232 cable.
    It seems all SFP serial driver of UPDD can work, no matter you choose Guide Wave or whatever.
    However, my capacitive touch seems not sensitive and inaccurate compared to my Lilliput. Is this normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greaseysub View Post
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    Hmmmm...I wonder why it's nearly plug and play for your setup. I've tried both com ports with many different settings. Are you using 9600 8-N-1 or something non-typical? Oh and your RS232 cable is straight-thru normal serial not crossover right? I tried both just in case.
    My settings are standard 9600 8-N-1 and it is a standard serial cable (not crossover).

    The default settings are quite sluggish, when you touch the screen you have to hold your finger there for a second. This can be altered in the settings but 1st try it seems like it isnt working.

    I still have a problem with my XP machine (not necessarily an XP problem), I have to delete the com driver and restart for it to work. If I reboot without deleting the driver it does not work. This is not a problem on two other machines I tried (both Win2K)
    I am not yet convinced it is an XP problem, but I dont have another machine with XP to try at the moment.
    ...Paul

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    Well I know you've all been holding your breath wondering what happened...Well I got another identical MobileVu and it worked right away, plug and play after I loaded the driver. So it seems the first unit was no good after all...

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    Glad to hear you got it working (cause I was out of ideas).

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    I thought I would add to this thread to clarify a driver issue with the MobileVu 10.4" monitor. There were two (or more) models that began with a 46850-x. For a long time I could not figure out why the UPDD "guided wave: serial" drivers would not work with my monitor. I own two of the 46850-2's and they are infrared NOT guided wave. Adding that driver into the devices setting and a reboot did the trick. NOTE: I am assuming that all of these older monitors use the Carroll Touch board.

    I also use a "Keyspan serial to USB" adapter to to interface with the touchscreen. COM4 9600-8-N-1.

    Tchuss!

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    Litton Mobile VU CD driver

    Hi Paul
    can you send it to me too, please?
    I have the same problem of no drivers for the touchscreen and I need It so much.
    My ID is pastoreg en yahoo.
    Thank you very very much
    Gustavo

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