Windows 7 Clean/Custom Install

Discussion in 'HP TouchSmart TM2 (Wacom)' started by DRTigerlilly, Feb 19, 2010.

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  1. daslolo

    daslolo Scribbler - Standard Member

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    @jkenny23, that would be ideal, any way to control the area of tracking in the synaptic driver?
     
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    I can't find any on mine, just control of the scroll areas if you're using the virtual scroll wheel like on some laptops.

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  3. daslolo

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    I think it'd be a hack then, but yeah I have a macbook pro which synaptic copied the idea from and here is how it works so well:
    1. if a finger is in the button zone it needs to move a lot before being recognized
    2. if a finger is in the button zone and the normal area, the normal area takes over
     
  4. daslolo

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    I found on the HP tm2 driver web site the ATI driver for windows 7 32 bits.
    When I install it, it tells me that it only works on 64...
    Does anyone know where I get the proper driver?

    I saw on the ATI web site that the latest catalyst is only 49 megs, less than half the hp one so I figure the hp one contains the portion which dynamically switches card.

    What's the solution ?
     
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    DRTigerlilly Tablet Lead Mod (Retired) Super Moderator

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    did you try the universal driver from ati?
     
  6. daslolo

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    Yes I just tried the universal driver and the ATI graphic setting don't even appear.
    Do you know if the automatic graphics switching occurs at the ATI driver level or the intel chipset level ?
     
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    i think you need to install both drivers....going to have to check
     
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    I installed the intel chipset from SWSETUP as well as the universal ATI driver
     
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    Just bumping my post-

    Since I have made the recovery disks do I still need to keep the recovery partition or can I delete it and expand into it.
     
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    Once you've tested your recovery disks (make sure you can read them and boot from disk 1), then you can delete the recovery partition
     
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