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Lenovo C50 All in one touch screen issue

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#1 Banksman


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Posted 24 October 2016 - 03:03 PM



I have the above model of all in one PC on Win 10. I hope that my question may be quite simple but asking Lenovo is getting me no-where.


The question is, how do I permanently disable my touchscreen from working? I know about going to device manager, finding the option (which is HID compliant touch screen) and disabling it, but the problem is that this occasionally gets re-enabled, presumably when Windows downloads new drivers for it. How do I remove this option from existence so that it never even realises it can be a touch screen?


A bit of background - there is something wrong with it. It malfunctioned and it's like someone is tapping all over the screen, deleting things, opening things, etc. It's a nightmare to even get into Device manager to deactivate it when it malfunctions. I never use the feature so I don't want to take advantage of the guarantee and send it to Lenovo to mend it, as they completely wipe the computer and it will take me days to set it all back up again. It's just not worth it for a feature I don't use.


So I just want to make the computer forget it even has a touch screen, which surely must be something I could do in the registry? But I know very little about registries so I don't want to mess it up.


Any help would be appreciated.




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#2 technonymous


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Posted 24 October 2016 - 04:32 PM

I don't know for sure if there is a bios setting to do that. You would have to go through the bios and look. It seems these laptops have a common problem. http://threadposts.org/question/600899/ALL-IN-ONE-C50-30-TOUCHSCREEN-PROBLEM.html


Instead of disabling try and repair the problem. The manual says you can try calibrating it.


1. In Control Panel, select “Hardware and Sound”.
2. In “Hardware and Sound” window, select “Tablet PC Settings”.
3. In “Tablet PC Settings” dialogue, click “Calibrate” button.

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