X201 touchscreen - axis of pointer is reversed in tablet mode

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    Default X201 touchscreen - axis of pointer is reversed in tablet mode

    I have recently picked up an X201 with touchscreen. When it is setup like a normal laptop the cursor follows all of the movements of the pen correctly. When I flip the screen and put it into tablet formation the cursor follows opposite directions of the pen movement from the centerpoint of the screen. It was working a few days ago and when I try and calibrate it does not work. Does anyone know of any settings that must be set to fix this?

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    Default Re: X201 touchscreen - axis of pointer is reversed in tablet mode

    Hi Renwick,

    I'm a Fujitsu T900 owner and ran into the same problem. Do you have x64 Windows 7? The solution recommended by some lenovo x200 owners was a frankendriver based on a combination of the Fujitsu and a recent Wacom driver.

    If you find another solution, please let us know. This solution did not give me pressure sensitivity in photoshop (which I don't use).

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    problem resolved!

    Okay just I spoke to a certified lenovo customer tech rep.

    This process is a five minute step.

    1. go to device manager in control panel
    2. expand "human interface devices"
    3. right click on "Wacom two finger touch" from the options
    4. Uninstall
    5. restart the computer and when you log back in everything should be as normal. What end s up happening then is that windows will then re install the driver to its proper operating condition. There is no need for you to do anything else.

    This worked for me and there is no need to fiddle with various drivers.

    comment on feedback fellas.

 

 

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