Windows 10: Touchscreen won't work.
Not sure, but there could be some universal drivers that work in most models. To find out, uninstall the touchscreen in Device Manager, restart the computer and let Windows try to find and install a generic driver. It might work.
Acer Aspire V's touchscreen is now working well
Acer Aspire V's touchscreen is now working well. Thank you so much!
This worked for me too
Thanks for posting this. I actually disabled and rebooted before reenabling, but it worked. It was hard to find the device manager, however. I had to go to Start/All Apps/Windows System/Control Panel/Device Manager. It's not under "Settings/Devices." I wish Windows wouldn't hide all the really important stuff under all the layers of junky apps.
Easier way to find Device Manager: search for device and you'll see the direct link
Press WIN+E and click on Control Panel, then Device Manager. If you see groups in Control Panel, select View by -> Large icons to see all controls.
Old Thread, But helped with my situation.
New to me, Inspiron 15-5555 Refurbished.
Touchscreen working fine till driver was updated 11/19/16.
Roll back to the old driver and all is well.
The final solution that worked after 6 months of Windows 10 was from the mfr. ASUS. After installing Win 10, we lost the touch screen on our ASUS T100TA. None of the solution presented from so many blogs worked. Contacted ASUS and the sent me a web address to download the windows 8 drivers fix. Wish I could post the solution, but there was a copyright disclaimer with it. All I can say is, go to the mfr. website and see if they have a "hotfix" that will restore windows 8 drivers.
I work in a Computer Store as a Technician and we recently had an Asus T100TAF tablet with a problem in Windows. I have prepared a USB Flash drive with Windows 10 32-bit that can boot in UEFI-based tablets, so I proceeded to format it and install Windows 10. I used a USB hub to connect the Flash drive and also a USB mouse and keyboard to be able to control it until I install the touch drivers.
First I used Snappy Driver Installer to automatically install all drivers, but as with most tablets the touch screen didn't work. So I had to connect at Asus support site and download all the drivers for Windows 8. I installed the chipset driver first and then all the others. Once I had installed them all, the touch screen worked again.
So avoid any automatic utilities, download any drivers directly from the tablet manufacturer's site and install them starting from the chipset driver. Use a USB keyboard and mouse to control the tablet until all drivers have been installed. Alternatively, you could control it remotely, if you have TeamViewer installed (this is preferred if you have to charge it, as you cannot normally charge it and at the same time connect anything on the USB port).
I hope that helps.
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