07-28-2017 06:52 AM
Hi I wonder if anyone would be able to help me. I have an AIO 700 - 24ISH All in One (ideacentre). After the last Windows 10 update the touch screen went crazy! The only way I can describe it is as if you were running your finger up and how the right hand side of the screen constanly. As a consequence the computer keep turning randon things on and off as if someone were clicking on the screen. I have restored the computer back to the restore point before the update, but no change. I then reinstalled windows 10 from a backup recovery USB that I made when the machine was new... still no change. I have used the LENOVO self diagnostic tool and it says that there was no hardware issue, not sure that's right... So I was just wondering if anyone else had experienced something similar before I pack it up and take it to PC world? Oh and of course it's 3 months out of warranty!
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07-31-2017 04:53 AM
Thanks for using the Lenovo forums.
If this is happening still after the reset, then it would indicate a hardware issue with the unit.
I would recommend, that you call your local Lenovo support line for a possible repair of the device. Below is the link to the phone list where you can find these numbers
Hope this helps, let us know how you get on.
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07-31-2017 04:59 AM
08-09-2017 01:11 PM
I have the same computer which upgraded on Monday causing the same problem. Its as if its constatly being pressed on the screen. I contacted Lenovo who said it could be static but tried the solution but didn't work. Levono said it might take a factory reset or need to be returned to Germany.
I kept clicking on the sign in box and every so often it would allow me to type one or two letters. It might take 20-30 attempts to do each letter but after about an hour I managed to log on. I went to the device manger (pressing windows and x at the same time) then Human Interface devices. Select HID Compliant Device/ Touchscreen. Right click then disable. This has now resolved the issue. Not sure why but after the update the camera stopped working as well.
Thank god it worked
Hope this helps
08-15-2017 04:11 AM
I had exactly the same problem after the recent Windows 10 upgrade. However the problem had also arisen some months previously, and I discovered online that disabling the touch screen in Device Manager stops the erratic mouse. No one seems to know what is the root cause.
I assume that the recent Windows update reset the device manager. I disabled the touch screen again, and the problem went away.
Wish Lenovo would find a solution so that I can have my touch screen back!
08-15-2017 04:21 AM
Thank you for taking the time to send a response.... I had to take my unit in and it had the screen replaced completely... apparently a fault with the screen it was just a coincidence that it happened after an update?!
This model has now been withdrawn, and from what we were told it was 50/50 whether the unit would have a new screen or be scrapped and our money returned.... it was just 3 weeks away from being out of warranty so be aware.
09-11-2017 12:29 PM
01-03-2018 06:03 AM
Is this confirmed to be a H/W issue from Lenovo or is there any update that we may download to fix this problem?
i have more than 10 AIOs and some of them started to have issues after Windows update.
01-10-2018 02:14 PM
Hi, I had the same problem affect my AIO 700 today, following the automatic installation of a Windows 10 update. It does not seem likely to be a hardware fault when the problem is occuring immediately after a software upgrade. Like others, I have now disabled the touchscreen, but the loss of the camera is significant as I used it to log in and Skype. It would be good to see Lenovo/Microsoft resolve what is going on here.