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How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

Attached is my part listing. I think it says Wacom in the device manager in Windows. Thanks for any help. I'm trying to figure out if I have a pen-only X61t.

  Mfg P/NFRU P/N Description Serviceable

39T049439T0495ADONIS MDCYes
39T285039T2851PCC UJ-852Yes
39T56700000000CALISTO (BDC-2) ADAPTER:WIRELESS COMBO ANo
404B449--Yes
41R059440Y84031GB PC2MEMYes
41R059540Y8404DDR2GB53KYes
42T086442T0865MINIPCIYes
42T105742T1461HRD DSK DR TRYS C160 HGSTYes
42T349942T3531KB CHIC USYes
42T520942T46618C BATTERYYes
42X40750000000ENERGYSTAR4.0Smiley TongueUBLICATIONS MISCNo
42Y665187H4776RECOVERY DVD KITNo
42Y665187H4776RECOVERY DVD KITNo
43Y903343Y9032PLN L7500Yes
44Y38050000000RECOVERY DVD KITSmiley TongueUBLICATIONS MISCNo
604T800--No
92P115642T5282ADPTR 65WYes
93P561093P5609LCDYes
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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

Can you provide us with your 4 digit machine type model?

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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?


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Can you provide us with your 4 digit machine type model?



Thanks for your reply. 7764. 

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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

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You can go into Control Panel and under System, look for Pen and Touch and it should tell you what you have.

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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

OK, it says "Pen Support" (using Windows 8).

 

Thanks for your help. I was just a bit confused because it listed Touch drivers for my drivers page after typing in 7746cto.

 

Disappointed about no touch screen but glad to clear it up, thank you.

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Glad to help.  Let us know if you have any other problems.

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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

All the sxga+ screens are pen-only
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Re: How can I tell what kind of touch or pen SVGA do I have on my X61t?

you got the SXGA+ LCD, which only came with Pen only input. Multitouch option was only available in X61t with XGA LCD (XGA model also have a pen only input model).
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