This article only applies to: Windows 7
Calibration of the touch screen is necessary when your touch screen responds inaccurate or erratic.
Use the following steps to calibrate your touch screen in Windows 7:
- Click Start and then Control Panel, and next Hardware and Sound.
- Under Tablet PC Settings, tap Calibrate the screen for pen or touch input.
- On the Display tab, under Display options, tap Calibrate and then Yes to allow the program to make changes.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to calibrate your touch screen.
The Tablet PC Settings are only available when your touch screen is properly detected. If the option is not visible, ensure that the USB cable is connected to your PC in case of an external touch screen display.
If calibration does not resolve your problem, tap Reset Calibration data under Display options on the Display tab. This will remove all previous calibration data and reset your monitor display back to default settings.
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