Help us improve MSDN. Monday, June 25, 6: Thank you all for your help, this is such a relieve to finally getting it to work. I have tried installing it by using the various bat files in the mt7 directory, and by adding all the files from the mt7 zip file as well. But it actually works. That is all that is needed to make it work Here is a neat little addition to the TWFactory.
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Installed it on a xp machine. Wednesday, June 27, 2: If anyone have had luck with the mt7 driver, and I haven’t heard anything bad about this driver at all, could they perhaps send me their.
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They gave me the mt 7. But it actually works. Friday, June 22, I’ve tried again installing the driver on a xp machine, using inctrl 5 to register the changes and then exporting those branches from the registry and import them in the XPE install along with the driver files.
With the result that the driver doesn’t show up in device manager. I tried adding the regestries manually and then after a reboot windows embedded finds 7 touchs screen one on each com-port. Have not tried installing using the setup.
According to 3M I should be able to use the 7. On second install with the driver from 3M’s site using the install utility, then importing the files to the component database and then building, so far no errors. Very nice people that.
Tuesday, June 26, 5: Optionally you can also add the following component: That is all that is needed to make it work The system is a ARKand am using a touchscreen via one of the com ports. Thank you all for your help, this is such a relieve to finally getting it to work. The installation touchsccreen finishes with no errors, the program is installed, the program files are there. Now for ,t7 final goal and touch down.
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Have also tried using inctrl5 to register all changes on a xp prof though, not xpe and then manually add those changes to a XPE installation. Friday, June 22, 9: Here I get the device to show up in device manager, and I can get into the utility with no errors, I can even calibrate the panel, but as soon as the calibration is done I get no response from the touch screen.
Have you tried to install the drivers after you ran the FBA?
Also no luck there. It should be implemented during mt FBA. This could all just be a about a dependency to a component that I haven’t included.
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Intalling the MT7 Touch drivers, from 2 different sites and with 2 different results. I can see it in the device manager under ‘mice and other pointing devices’, so does anyone know how to make it act as the mouse? I’ve battled with this for so long now I’ve nearly pulled out all the hairs from my head. The touch driver didn’t work, nor did it show up in device manager and the controlpanel utility did not show anything about having found the device either, and if I try to run any of the programs in the program directy it will just tell me the device driver isn’t found.
The following steps should solve your problems: