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Touchscreen tracks opposite to my swipe motion

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#1 Schlumberger


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Posted 02 August 2017 - 04:44 PM



I have an RCA Cambio running Windows 10 Home. I reset it to (supposedly) new condition but when it restarted it was tracking opposite my swiping direction. I ran the touchscreen calibration several times but nothing changed. I can't even find anything in Google or Bing search results that match this problem, not that I'm super good at searching, but I spent a very long time looking. Anyway, if you've encountered something like this and have a solution not involving matches and lighter fluid I would greatly appreciate your help!


Thank you in advance for considering this.


UPDATE: I again removed the touch screen and g sensor in device manager and reinstalled from a RCA download. I now have a non-functioning BMA2x2 accelerometer and a working KMDF-HID driver the the touchscreen. Unfortunately, the tracking is totally out of whack now. Crosshairs on touchscreen calibration don't detect my touch except in the center area of the screen. 


So it must be a driver problem, but RCA apparently doesn't have drivers or firmware for this device any longer. :(

Edited by Schlumberger, 02 August 2017 - 05:39 PM.

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