1. It's a hardware fault (obviously) so the screen/cablnig will need to be replaced to actually fix it. I presume that's not an option.
2. There are no external monitors available so that's not going to work either.
Have you checked Windows Safe Mode? Right now, the driver will be turned off, as that's how you currently have it configured, but in Safe Mode there's a limited number of drivers which actually get loaded anyway. If your touch-screen driver it not loaded until a standard windows system comes up then you could well be able to re-install windows, boot into Safe mode, disable the driver and that setting should persist into the standard Windows configuration.
Edit: I should have stated - if you fire up Safe Mode and look to see if any of the Human Interface Devices (HiD) are loaded that should tell you if your touch-screen is going to be active in Safe mode. Obviously it will be turned off right now, but if everything else in that section is unloaded I see no reason why your touch-screen drivers will be loaded in safe Mode on a fresh install.
Of course, if this is not the case, you're in a bit of trouble, so we should really have an escape route should that be the case... I'm thinking about a Boot CD which we can use to boot up and physically remove the drivers for the touch-screen from your fresh installation ...
Edited by AnotherMindbomb, 02 November 2016 - 10:53 AM.