Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. PaulTavener Replied on March 18, This touchscreen has optical sensors. I have no idea why it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. I think the computer manufacturer is irrelevant.
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If there is debris or dust blocking one of these, then the touchscreen appears to stop working. I have the Iiyama touch screen and it worked fine iiyamx the beginning but now it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7.
Due to my setup, the monitors are running across 5 Metre “active” USB extensions with a circuitry block at the female end. I have recently bit the bullet and purchased 13 iiyama TF Projected Capacitive touch monitors. They just weren’t reliable and were a source of serious concern for a large capital project we undertook building an in-house production system.
How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to Joelbytes’s post on September 6, I am running two Acer machines and two Fujitsu machines, both are having problems. MarcusMulcahy Replied on January 10, You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. I will post the results. I think the computer manufacturer is irrelevant.
Well, truthfully it seems to offer nothing more than an annoying floating keyboard, hand-writing input and “Flicks” commands – none of which I need. This is good and I think it may be touching the line of investigation I’ve been running on.
IIYAMA ProLite TMTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. – Microsoft Community
I believe it is a touch screen issue, I have tried no drivers, new drivers, old drivers and swapping screens. Gilbert van Haasen Replied on August 20, To be honest, I don’t know where they are for, the drivers in the. I contact iiyama UK via telephone yesterday. User’s post on January 12, I also noticed that Windows 7 needs Tablet PC Components enabled to use the multi-touch input that the iiyama monitor in question supports.
User’s post on August 10, Hi Conor J Would you be to tell me how old your monitors were when you had them replaced? I even changed USB cables.
IIyama T2250MTS Monitor
In reply to MarcusMulcahy’s post on January 10, F2250 I had the problem I search the web for anything that can solve my problem. In reply to Grant Dickeson’s post on August 2, However, this completely disabled the touch input and after numerous restarts and re-install attempts I resorted to a complete system wipe using only the built in Recovery Partition on my Acer PC’s. Tried and tested technology, very high build quality and they haven’t skipped a beat since I installed them Now what to do with the 8 useless T’s sitting in my office!
I have exactly the same problem as you have had, so spoken to iiyama UK on the number you quoted and because my monitor is greater than 2 years old they will not do anything.
IIYAMA ProLite T2250MTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7.
Sorry this didn’t help. The monitors I had replaced were just over a year old but were only actually installed for 6 months when I replaced them.
User Replied on March 19, Thanks for marking this as the answer. In reply to DominicP’s post on August 2, Many thanks Paul Tavener Hi Paul, The monitors I had replaced were just over a year old but were only actually installed for 6 months when I replaced them The strange thing was – I bought them from an online retailer in the UK but I ended up getting support and replacement direct from iiyama in the UK and Netherlands To forward to now – the replacements have been yanked out and packed up.