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    On some models for the Dell touch screen ( maybe the desktop units ) it advises to connect a USB cable from the base to the screen

    I know that is a daft thing but does the screen have a usb connection so as to allow you to connect a usb cable between the base unit and the screen

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    No, theres nothing like that on the screen, except for rotate buttons on the front.

    Even connected to the dock I cant get it working!!!

    GRRRRRRRRRRRR

    And yes by the way @mac_shinobi you guessed it right on the previous page, thats exactly how it is. Until the right firmware is on the chip its not going to work regardless of the OS, simply put, I changed the OS back to Vista as the rollback tool was apparently made for Vista but it didnt work anyway same error.

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    Under the Vista 32 section on downloads / drivers there is :

    N-Trig HID Tablet Digitizer, v.1.44, A02
    (Driver)

    Optional
    28/03/2008

    1.44, A02 Previous Versions

    Description
    N-Trig Digitizer Driver / Application Bundle for Vista 32

    When I changed this to windows 7 it vanishes etc - wondering if this would make any difference or is this the tool that was installed orginally that borked it ?


    EDIT :

    Just wondering if there is any info on what tool / utility that re programs / over writes that chip ( as wondering if it writes or creates a backup image of that chip before it overwrites it )

    As with the Lenovo laptops there is a bios utility that runs to update the BIOS Version and that utility creates a backup of the original BIOS before it writes the new version.

    That being the case - may be able to get the original firmware that was on that chip and then just need to find out what utility we can use to program the original firmware back onto that chip
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    I have no idea whether there is such a tool!!

    Im at a loss with it.

    The toucscreen worked out of the box with Windows 8 but upon installing Windows 7 it didnt, the vista drivers dont seem to work on 7 either!

    Im beginning to loose all hope!! BY the way the BIOS version is 'A09' I have noticed that some of the drivers have A02 on them etc but not sure what its in regards to.


    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Under the Vista 32 section on downloads / drivers there is :

    N-Trig HID Tablet Digitizer, v.1.44, A02
    (Driver)

    Optional
    28/03/2008

    1.44, A02 Previous Versions

    Description
    N-Trig Digitizer Driver / Application Bundle for Vista 32

    When I changed this to windows 7 it vanishes etc - wondering if this would make any difference or is this the tool that was installed orginally that borked it ?


    EDIT :

    Just wondering if there is any info on what tool / utility that re programs / over writes that chip ( as wondering if it writes or creates a backup image of that chip before it overwrites it )

    As with the Lenovo laptops there is a bios utility that runs to update the BIOS Version and that utility creates a backup of the original BIOS before it writes the new version.

    That being the case - may be able to get the original firmware that was on that chip and then just need to find out what utility we can use to program the original firmware back onto that chip

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    Did just find this which is for windows 7 ( does this help at all ) - if not then may have to wait until you can book a call with either or both ( dell / ntrig )

    Driver Details | Dell UK

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    I think I may of tried that one as I did stumble upon some NTrigg drivers for Windows 7, Ill try them this evening and let you know the outcome!

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Did just find this which is for windows 7 ( does this help at all ) - if not then may have to wait until you can book a call with either or both ( dell / ntrig )

    Driver Details | Dell UK


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