HP tx2000

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  1. Knartz

    Knartz Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I've bought tablet PC few days ago - tx2000. Everything was normal. I've installed photoshop on it to try using pen. After I realised one thing - after rotating screen on 90 digrees 3 times, photoshop starts to move cursor like mirror - in other direction from pen. Before it I changed video memory size in BIOS (?). After I've loaded default BIOS settings, nothing changed. Reinstalled Vista, nothing changed. Who knows what it may be with this pc and photoshop and how can I fix it?
     
  2. Knartz

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    I have this problem only in photoshop, in Vista cursor moves fine. But I didn't try other programs :)
     
  3. gordoncahill

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    I have CS3 loaded. No problems in any view here. I have maximum video memory set in bios.

    Gordon
     
  4. Knartz

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    I have CS3 too.
    I have no idea why it's happening... In paint ( :D ) there are no problems. And I don't know what to do.
     
  5. Rudegar

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    "I have CS3 loaded. No problems in any view here. I have maximum video memory set in bios."

    cs3 and other 2d windows program dont use anymore video mem then normal windows which can be calculated
    by hRes*vRes*colors == MB's
    more video mem is only something that fullscreen dx / opengl programs can access to place texture mem for blitting onto polygon surfices

    so by assigning all that video mem all you accomplish is
    to limit the memory of the os because once asigned to video mem
    the os cant access it as normal mem anymore
     
  6. Knartz

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    Do you mean that after I changed memory to maximum in BIOS, I should use it's maximum size in future? I reinstalled Windows, but as I told nothing changes. When I changed video memory size for first time, there was a sound notification, but I didn't pay attention on it.
     
  7. Rudegar

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    not sure what you are asking

    but bios remove mem from what the cpu can use as normal mem
    and put it in a mode så the gpu can use it

    the operation system dont have anything to do with it
     
  8. Knartz

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    How can I limit the memory of the os?
     
  9. Rudegar

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    huh?
    as in remove a ram mobule from inside the laptop?
     
  10. jellycow

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    So it only has that problem when screen is rotated 90 degrees x 3? Why not just use it in one of the angles that work? Did you install some type of Wacom driver for pressure sensitivity on CS3 that might interfere with orientation settings?
     

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