Here are the steps outlined on this forum on how to activate the Windows 7 Advanced touch features..
1. Download and install latest video drivers (http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_ ... 7&lang=eng
2. Download and install the beta drivers for the Touch screen (http://www.ultramobilepc-tips.com/binfi
). NOTE: These drivers are NOT specific to the Archos 9 but they do seem to work. Reboot system.
3. After reboot install the Archos 9 supplied touch drivers (version Win7_126.96.36.19901_091130, which came with the Archos 9). After install, immediately uninstall and reboot.
4. After login, calibrate the touch screen by opening the HIDTouch icon on the desktop. (NOTE: If your options are greyed out, try going to START\ALL PROGRAMS\HID GALEXTOUCH\xHIDAUTOCAL. If that doesn't work, try connecting a USB Mouse and try again.
5. Once that is completed, go to START\ALL PROGRAMS\ACCESSORIES\PC TABLET to start the app.
Hope it helps. I must admit I had problems calibrating the Touch screen. Everything was greyed out. I attached a USB Mouse then attempted the auto calibration feature in #4. The system recognized the touch screen.
Once I opened the PC Tablet app listed in #5, I saw the "PEN & TOUCH" app in the Control Panel. The rest was a piece of cake.