Touch Screen Windows 10

I have a Windows 10 desktop and Windows 8.1 AIO PC with touch screen enabled. I use AIO display for my desktop vial HDMI in port.
With a HDMI and KVM switch I use both computers, one at a time. Since desktop is connected to AIO  touch screen monitor, is there a way to enable touch screen functionality on desktop? The desktop NVidia control panel shows AIO display as primary(there is no secondary). But Windows Device manger shows it as generic monitor.
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Scott GorcesterCTOCommented:
Have you tried installing the proper monitor driver on the desktop?

Scott Gorcester MCITP
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
AIO display for my desktop vial HDMI in port. you have to use the dvi port
Scott GorcesterCTOCommented:
David is correct that HDMI will not support touchscreen, in fact it may be that a USB connection will be required. It does not appear that your configuration will support touch.

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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
upon further thinking there is no way to enable touch screen from the All in One pc on another computer .. If it was a separate monitor then it is possible
VakilsDeveloperAuthor Commented:
It seems HDMI is supported, but you are right about USB connection.
"We connected the display via HDMI, and our test PC recognized it automatically as a Windows touchscreen device, booting directly into its native resolution without issue. "
Can you clarify why HDMI cannot be supported?
VakilsDeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thanks, for pointing me in right direction. However, it does seem which way you connect your monitor, all you need is USB feedback to computer.
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