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06-30-2008

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X60 - touchscreen identification or driver issue

2008-06-30, 14:59 PM

Hello there .. excuse my pityy english  , hope You will understand me ..

 

Recently i bought one of the last x60 on the market , but i got serius problem with drivers of touchscreen , or maybe it's non touchable version regardless of specs in the shop i got it. 

 

Type: 6363-q3g

sn - l3xxxxx    08/04

 

Pen etc , seems to be working fine with pressure recognition on penabled drivers from the wacom site , but no matter what driver i'm trying to install , screen remains untouchalbe :)

 

so is there any way to deterimine is my scecific model :mulitouch: , or maybe some "mumbo jumbo" with drivers will let me to use my tablet fully

 

anyway , nice piece of pro-determined machinery :)

 

cheers

 

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Message Edited by andyP on 06-30-2008 05:05 PM
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06-05-2008

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Re: X60 - touchscreen identification or driver issue

2008-07-02, 12:45 PM
Product: ThinkPad X60 Tablet 6363-Q3G Operating system: All

Original description: L2500(1.83GHz), 1GB RAM, 100GB 7200rpm HD, 12.1in 1024x768 LCD, Intel 950, Intel 802.11abg wireless, Vodafone WWAN, Bluetooth/Modem, 1Gb Ethernet, Secure chip, IEEE 1394, Fingerprint reader, 4c Li-Ion batt, WinVista Business

 

(says nothing about touch in the specs above, however you can still use the pen. )

 

When you look up specs by Product ID on Lenovo, it will state "touchscreen" unless there are multiple options like the Custom To Order systems (CTO). 

Full disclosure: Not a Lenovo employee, just someone with a X61 running Win XP SP2
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