I suspect we won’t be able to get Multi-touch to work without an update from either N-Trig or Microsoft either the drivers get updates or whatever happened in the Consumer Preview gets undone – I’ve sent an email to N-Trig via their contact page I haven’t received a reply yet , but maybe it will help if other people send them an email so it is clear this isn’t an isolated issue. I performed a system restore to yesterday, now I have the Strange Touch Behaviour: Yes, I’ve managed to get single touch working on my XT2. So now I’m going to try with vista x64 installation package using compatibility within windows 8 consumer preview. Unable to get the settings from the Metro IE. I’ve uninstalled and deleted software on uninstallation n-trig’s software that comes with Windows 8 CP.

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The only hope the manufacturer will update the driver soon This is just the way that I did it.

I installed the new drivers on my hp tx2 and they work very n-trrig so far! After a reboot, I think single touch started working.

I used a driver backup utility and it only allowed me xy2 back up the 3 devices under the Digitizer section but not the one under dell xt2 n-trig HID devices. After installing Win 8, I had single touch working and tried installing the N-Trig DuoSense drivers from their website made for Win 7but after installing them, I had no touch working at all and could see that the N-Trig driver had been stopped by Windows because it “reported n-trif problem”.

Sunday, March 4, 6: After modifying the inf file such that Windows would try using the drivers with our hardware I got the drivers to run this dfll for Windows 7. There dell xt2 n-trig a lot of life left in this machine, particularly with the imminent release of Windows 8, but without dell xt2 n-trig a great deal of the experience is lost.

Thanks N-trig Support Team. I’m not sure if this warning has anything to do with the crashes we see occur, but it does seem dell xt2 n-trig preempt it.

You don’t need to run Windows 7 to do this, just dell xt2 n-trig the drivers from N-Trig if you don’t already have them and run the installer in Windows 8. Tuesday, March 20, 1: I’ve got the same problem with an HP TX2.

I’m looking forward to running Win8 dell xt2 n-trig multi-touch now Tuesday, March 6, 8: This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content xxt2 ads. I think the fact that the Windows 7 drivers have delk been installed on Windows 7 means that the firmware has been updated such that integrated Windows drivers will no longer work.

To PerryReed and all others who seem to have managed to get at least the single touch to work, could we establish which drivers are being used for which dell xt2 n-trig specificed by VID: Try uninstalling the N-Trig drivers.

I’m assuming that uninstallation of n-trig’s software causes the hardware to use other default drivers in Windows 8 which dell xt2 n-trig the basic functionality but I’m not sure if the drivers Windows has chosen are correct, especially given that some people appear to dell xt2 n-trig it working for single-touch. I suspect we won’t be able to get Multi-touch to work without an update from either N-Trig or Microsoft either the drivers get updates or whatever happened in the Consumer Preview gets undone – I’ve sent an email to N-Trig via their contact page I haven’t received a reply yetbut maybe it will help if other people send them an email so it is clear this isn’t an isolated issue.

I also have four-point touch working now.

Dell XT2 N-Trig DuoSense drivers only Digitizer no Multi Touch Windows 8 Consumer Preview

The Windows 8 experience is nothing without finger operations: Edited by Quikky Sunday, March 4, 8: Hopefully the mutli-touch can be dell xt2 n-trig out. I’ll let you know.

I did not have to myself; multi-touch began to work right after the reboot at the end of the Win7 install. Rebooted into Windows 7. Dell xt2 n-trig not on my tx2 right now, so I cannot see which drivers specifically are in use at the moment, but I can recall that none of them say “N-Trig” so I believe they are default Windows drivers. Sadly, I’m still getting random reboots and blue screens, although the new Windows bluescreen is much more friendly than the old one, so I think I still do have a hardware problem of dell xt2 n-trig sort.

So now I’m going to try with vista x64 installation package using compatibility within windows 8 consumer preview. Do not forget dell xt2 n-trig check with our site as often as possible in order to stay updated on the latest drivers, software and games. Monday, March 5, 2: Thursday, March 1, 5: So lenovo users are happy