HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Filippo99
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HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Hello!

I urgently need help, during the updating is disinstalling the touch, so now that the computer reboot I am in the WINDOWS MENU and i cannot digit the password of my WIN! I dont have an external keyboard! please help me! how can i do now?!

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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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I dont have a mouse either! help!
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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You need either a mouse or keyboard. I don't think there's any other way around it.
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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You should be able to use the optical mouse to select the ease of access options (the blue circle with a bunch of lines in it in the bottom left of the screen). From there you can activate the on-screen keyboard to input your password.
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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obviate wrote:You should be able to use the optical mouse to select the ease of access options (the blue circle with a bunch of lines in it in the bottom left of the screen). From there you can activate the on-screen keyboard to input your password.


I cannot use it, I don't know why :-/

PAPO so i need an hardware? mouse will be fine?
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Filippo99 wrote:PAPO so i need an hardware? mouse will be fine?

A USB mouse should work. Use the mouse to go to the Ease of Access...the blue circle described by Obviate...and activate the Windows virtual keyboard.
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Papo wrote:
Filippo99 wrote:PAPO so i need an hardware? mouse will be fine?

A USB mouse should work. Use the mouse to go to the Ease of Access...the blue circle described by Obviate...and activate the Windows virtual keyboard.

I did it and fortunately worked....but now that i installed again the driver is not letting meusing the touchscreen :( :( :( :( how can i do now? i follow the read me of thefile but stil...now i can only use the mouse and not thetouch screen :-/
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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You need to install the driver for the touch screen before it can be used: http://www.archos.com/support/support_t ... g=en&#driv
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Papo wrote:You need to install the driver for the touch screen before it can be used: http://www.archos.com/support/support_t ... g=en&#driv

which one it is? the one that i installed and gave me this problem is hid digitizer x86 beta
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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now my touchscreen is all screwed up, i press in one way and it goes in the other :S
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Re: HELP Touch driver for Windows 7 UPDATE DRIVER

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Open the eGlass Touch software > Go to Tools > 4 Point Calibrate > Using finger or the Stylus (stylus is more precise) press on the center of red target until OK appears > The target will move to the next corner...just repeat the process each time the target moves (four times).
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