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Does XP Pro work with a Dell Lattitude XT (Its a tablet PC)

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Basically what the question title is. I have installed the drivers for the touch screen in win xp pr have updated bios, have gotten latest drivers, but still to no avail, The touch screen will not work with stylus or pen. Any suggestions would be great. Thanks

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Lee W, MVP earned 25 total points
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I believe you will need the tablet edition to get it working.  Standard XP Pro I don't believe can enable tablet functionality.
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I was afraid of that. Thats what i had read up so far, was just wondering if anyone had come up with a work around. Thanks
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