Screen Calibration

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  1. Luthian

    Luthian Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Not quite, there is a way to do a "factory"-esque calibration, this trick was posted in the windows 7 tech beta newsgroups by one of the devs on the Microsoft tablet team, and I've posted it here before.

    From an administrative command prompt, run one of the following commands:

    If you are trying to calibrate from Landscape mode:
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    tabcal lincal novalidate XGridPts=5,175,512,849,1062,1275 YGridPts=4,137,300,463,630,796

    If you are trying to calibrate from Portrait mode:
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    tabcal lincal novalidate XGridPts=4,137,300,463,630,796 YGridPts=5,175,512,849,1062,1275
    After that, run the normal Windows calibration tool to finish up.

    Note: the grid points in this command are specifically for the tx2500 (and will probably work for the tx2000 series as well) but anything else is completely untested
     
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    ajreynol Pen Pal - Newbie

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    interesting. I'd love to know what the points are for my 2710p.
     
  3. jenny1671

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    Hi I installed windows 7 and my touchscreen does not work.
    :( Can you please send me th calibration data for hp tx1218ca notbook. I have been looking all over for this solution when I had vista.:mad: Do I need the software to run the touch screen too? I Uninstalled it when I was running vista. :eek:


    I hope someone has this key. I wish someone would make a video on youtube of how deal with this touchscreen problem.

    thanks:eek:
    jenny1671
     
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