touch screen calibration

I have some old touch screens that I'm trying to re-purpose. They are NEC AccuSync LCD 194WXM. Previously they were used with thin clients with Windows CE 6.0. I've attached them to a Windows Box with Win 8.1. I cannot get the screen to calibrate. I've tried the "Tablet PC Settings" in the Control Panel. It shows the NEC LCD194WXM as "Single Touch Support". I click "Calibrate" and goes through the calibration samples with the crosshairs. When I touch the crosshair, the screen indicates that I touched somewhere else (opposite side of the screen) and displays the next crosshair for me to touch.

I've tried different touchscreen utilities, 3M, elo, eGalax, without success.

I have nine of these monitors that I would really like to use.
Bobby CullenExecutive PastorAsked:
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KimputerCommented:
I can't find anywhere that the LCD194WXM is a touch screen.
Anyway, it's probably really old. And usually, you need the correct drivers to have it work properly. And usually, old means, the manufacturer won't write new drivers for it because they see it as wasted resources.
Bobby CullenExecutive PastorAuthor Commented:
Here's the specs from the device:
LCD194WXM Touch Screen Monitor 

Power Supply:  100‐240 V ~ 50/60 Hz 
Current Rating:  0.95‐0.55A/100‐240V 
Safety:  UL/cUL, TUV GS, CE, CB Report, PSB 
Power Management:   VESA DPMS, EPA, Energy Star Ver 4.0 Tier2, GEEA label 
Touch Unit:  5‐Wire Resistive USB Internal Controller 
I/O:  VGA, DVI, Audio Input 
Bobby CullenExecutive PastorAuthor Commented:
The company that originally sold us the hardware provided me with some drivers. And it's working! Thanks!

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