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HP L5006tm touchscreen calibration in Windows 7

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When a HP L5006tm is connected to computer with Windows 7 via USB port. Windows 7 loads a driver to allow the touchscreen to operate. Where is the calibration of the touchscreen found?
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by:Merete
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Is Pen and Touch from HP installed on the windows 7
HP L5006tm Touchscreen Monitor - Calibration Steps
http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&taskId=120&prodSeriesId=3182543&prodTypeId=382087&objectID=c01707771
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I don't see something called Pen and Touch.
I did try the file (sp37969.exe at the end of the link you provided but that did not work. The readme file says it covered up to Vista.
I tried sw601382 touch driver.exe from http://www.elotouch.com/Support/Downloads/dnld.asp. That sorta works. I am used to if the cursor is an arrow, touching the screen moves the arrow to the location touched. In this case the arrow disappears. (The touch action does occur.)
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right click the task bar > toolbars and choose the "tablet pc input panel"
It will appear on the taskbar running tasks
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Caltouch seems to be a solution for most windows 7 users here with same problem.. look to the bottom.
http://forum.eeeuser.com/viewtopic.php?id=62029
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The question was not broad enough. I am looking for the Elotouch driver so that I have not only the calibrations but also the settings such as sound. In Windows XP touching the screen also generated sound.
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Checked an existing XP computer with same touchscreen. Noted the driver 5/30/2007 2.50.0.0 is same as on windows 7.
Checked the Elotouch and found version 4.6.3. Therefore the driver version needed should have a higher version. The Elotouch version install was a lower number. Uninstalled.

When back to HP web site, download and installed the vista version. This gave me elotouch version 5.1.1 and that does work.
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Explain is given
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