05-04-2015 02:22 PM - edited 05-04-2015 02:23 PM
Got my Yoga on Sunday and have been delighted with it up to now with the exception of one thing - the touchscreen.
Essentially it doesn't seem to like it when I drag on the screen with my finger, and quite often jumps wildly all over the place with its understanding of where I'm touching.
I know that's not a terribly helpful description of the problem, so I drew this - it's my attempt to draw a spiraling pattern from centre outwards on Paint.net:
The odd thing is that the touchscreen works like a dream when I first turn the laptop on, and rebooting fixes the issue without fail - for all of 20 minutes to half an hour or so, when it starts with the problems again.
The driver is up to date, as is Windows, I've calibrated it, I've made sure that the computer doesn't try to save power by turning it, or the "USB Input Devices" off (the latter being a suggestion I read from somebody), but none of this has helped.
I'd really appreciate help on how to resolve this, as it is making an otherwise brilliant laptop unusable in 3 of the 4 positions!
12-26-2015 09:43 AM - edited 12-26-2015 09:43 AM
Hi, I have a simillar problem. Left half of the screen is relatively OK, but on the right side of the screen I am not able to make a straight line, it does make sharp shapes and near right bottom corner... well, lets see a picture.
I would like to ask, if this is HW or SW problem, if I can repair it in my home or I should send service request.
Thanks (sorry for bad English)
01-09-2016 02:55 AM
I also have this issue with my brand new yoga 2 13 updated to windows 10.
the center of the screen does not respond well after 10 mins to 2 hours.
Suspend/resume the computer is the only way to get back the touchscreen running as it should.
I guess the issue is firmware or driver related.
I expect LENOVO to have a look to this issue and correct it, because this annoying.....