However, after forcing Windows 7 (and Vista) to use the published drivers the touchscreen always worked fine.
What problems is everyone having?
HD160XT rev. 1
I dont have a system up and running for testing.
But as far as Ive understood, people cant get the touchpanel to work in 64bit versions of the OS, and according to Zalman it doesnt.
"If you check the serial number(beginning with HD160XT(S/B)(0/A/B/C).) and the letter in red(0/A/B/C) is either 0 or A, it's compatible only with Windows Vista 32. If it's either B or C, it is okay with both Vista 32/64."
Do you have HD160XT and not the HD160XT plus? (this is only for HD160XT not the plus version)
Is your case really rev. 1 (serialnumber 0/A)?
Are you running 64bit OS?
If yes on all, how did you force the driver?
And where dit you get the driver?
This is a year 2015 response to this thread; I have a used Zalman i bought a couple of months back. Having same problems with the touchscreen as this thread about...In researching the part that some of the people on this list obtained...came up with this on April 11, 2015...http://www.ebay.com/itm/Resistive-To...b8d2cd....that circuit board sure in the heck looks the same.....
Originally Posted by kanonkurt
Thank You for the info! Microsoft really has its advantages and disadvantages , and the absence of a good solution for secondary screens in Mediacenter is really bad.
I received the Touch Controller PCB today and I took a picture of it, please look at the attached file. Could You please verify that this is the right one?
I didn't find any double sided tape, was that supposed to be included?