Viewsonic Windows 10 Display Drivers

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1. Run Troubleshooting

2. Calibrate the Touchscreen

3. Disable and Re-enable the Touchscreen

4. Change Power Management Settings

5. Update the Drivers

6. Rollback the Drivers

7. Uninstall Recent Programs

8. Move to Another Room

9. Contact the Manufacturer

Touch Problems Resolved

Display Driver For Windows 10 64 Bit

Viewsonic Drivers For Windows 10

  1. I had to do a factory reset on my Dell Inspiron 3000 Touch Screen. Now the touch screen doesn’t work and it doesn’t show up anywhere you have described above.
    All my drivers are up to date. Dell says my laptop is not touch screen even though it says so right on the label on the bottom and has been working as a touch screen for two years! Can I fix this?
  2. it wont let me roll back the driver. I recently had my hard drive replaced and they upgraded my computer from windows 7 to 8 and then 10. they skipped 8.1 and thats where samsung think the tech place messed up the driver. idk but anyways i can fix my touch screen? i previously purchased windows 10 years before the hard drive failed and my touch screen worked. ive tried to enable and disable the Hid TOUCH and even uninstalled it. i dont know what to do.
  3. Tried all of this — nothing’s worked!
    I have an Acer Aspire E1–470p laptop and as of recent updates, the touchscreen has completely stopped working. It’s happened often after windows updates but a few days/weeks later the touchscreen function will just suddenly start working again. However, after this recent update it has not regained it’s function. It’s been like this for several months (possibly a year now) and I’ve just been putting up with it as it’s not a major issue (the laptop itself is decent and not worth replacing). I’ve run troubleshooting, rebooted, and no change. I can’t calibrate the touchscreen, as the touchscreen has to actually work to do that. I’ve disabled and enabled the function, rebooted, and no change. I tried updating the drivers — apparently they’re up to date. I even installed the Drivereasy app to double check, but again, they’re up to date. I tried to roll back the drivers, but apparently there isn’t a previous driver as the option wasn’t there.
    Short of taking my screen off and cleaning it with alcohol wipes (which I do NOT have the courage to try), I can’t think of anything else. I’d rather not have to do a factory reset. Anyone got any ideas?
  4. Does this kind of nonsense with drivers and viruses and all these blue screens happen with Apple products? My job software only works with windows, I wish they would make software IOS compatible. My daughter insisted on Apple book in 2009 after three PC laptops crashed on her in a matter of 4 years. She has had NO problems with her Mac as of June 2018. Granted, she has no touch screen to worry about.
  5. step 3 — disable and re-enable touchscreen worked peerfect for me, thankyou very much for the great and usefull article! It is really helpfull that you wrote all the different solution options for an issue :)
  6. I have an ICraig (Craig) CMP801 windows tablet that I recently upgraded to Win 10 from 8.1. Now my touch screen is all inverted-I touch top,it shows on bottom and right shows left etc. I’ve called Craig support, only to get the runaround. They said it was a Windows problem and they don’t have the drivers! So I called Windows support and got a runaround with them wanting me to PAY for help?!? I’ve gone through a million posts on how to fix this issue but nothing has worked! I need REAL help/answers! Please let me know what I can do (before I throw this away!) It worked on Win8.1 but to save space I deleted the ‘Windows.old’ folder. PLEASE HELP!!
    Thanks for your time.
    Sincerely frustrated.
  7. A certain spot of touch screen is not working and i cant drag thing from 1 half of the screen to other half of the screen the app will be put down when i reach the half pls help me with this
  8. Anyone find a solution other than disabling the touchscreen?!? Spent a good chunk of money on this fancy 27” touchscreen monitor only to have to disable it to use it ???
  9. Thank you. Disabling then enabling my touch screen fixed the issue. This started after the latest batch of updates a short while ago and I just put up with it until today, Feb 3, 2018. Thank you again.
  10. For me it was a Intel Serial IO Driver?? from the pc driver’s website. This is an hp-pavilion, I looked the site using the part number in the HP support page and got to the drivers for the exact model. There I started installing all drivers until the Serial IO Driver. It says nothing about touchscreen so you have to guess. It was an Input/Output driver missing.
  11. Some times these solutions fail to work. For me it was a Intel Serial IO Driver?? from the pc driver’s website. This is a hp-pavilion-11-n000-x360, I looked the site using the part number:
  12. this was the installer that fixed in my case:
  13. it says nothing about touchscreen so you have to guess. It was an Input/Output driver missing.
  14. Sony Vaio 13 laptop touch screen. Touch has failed after latest Win 10 Creator Update
  • True! For me it was the same!
  1. I have a Dell Insprion 17. My touchscreen seems to have a mind of its own. The pointer disappears and reappears. Sometimes there are two pointers. My windows minimize and maximize at will. I spent countless hours with Dell technicians to no avail. I even sent it back. Dell replaced the LCD panel and reinstalled the operating system. Within 30 minutes it was doing the same thing. Yesterday, I installed a Windows 10 update and the problem reappeared. windows The only way to use my computer is to disable the touchscreen. I would appreciate any help.
  2. worked well thanks
  3. Thank you! Thank you! #1 — Run troubleshooting worked! Not only fixed my touchscreen, my computer now works with a printer that I couldn’t get to work for the last couple of years. Yay!
  4. I am trying to install an application on a public touch screen on a Windows 10 computer.
  5. The multi-point touch driver leaves too many openings for guests to escape to the desktop, open settings, move to another window or do other things that are not desirable.
  6. Is there any way to make the touchscreen act like a mouse, only reacting to a touch (mouse down) and release (mouse up)??
  • Someone here discovered that you can set the touchscreen driver to the ‘wrong’ one, a mouse driver instead, which solves this issue. In case anyone else needs to do this, here are instructions:
  • Open Device Manager
    Under Human Interface devices, look for Touch Screen or touchscreen device
    Right Click it and select Update Driver
    Click ‘Browse my computer for driver software’
    Click ‘Let me pick from list…….’
    Uncheck ‘Show Compatible Driver’
    Under ‘Manufacturer’, select Standard System Devices
    Under Model, select USB Input Device then click next
    It will warn you that it’s not the correct driver but just proceed anyway.
    After installing, the USB Input Device entry will have a ‘bang’ or ‘!’. This is ok.
    Test the touch screen to see if it is not converted to mouse cursor when touched.
  1. My problem is that I have a tablet running windows 10 without touchscreen function so I can’t access anything. This was originally a Windows 7 or 8 tablet that I upgraded while Win 10 was available free and everything worked fine but then some things started going screwy so I tried to reset the tablet. Instead of reinstalling the original windows it reinstalled the Win 10 version but set to desktop with the touch control turned off. I can’t even log on let alone change settings or initiate an update. Any Ideas of how to fix this?
  2. nothing has worked, tried everything, device manager says touchscreen drivers up to date and working propoerly
  3. None of this helped, I don’t know what is happening to my computer screen but I do know that I can’t fix it…
  4. Viewsonic series TD2240, model#VS15556, touchscreen feature stopped working. I uploaded the most recent Viewsonic driver for that monitor. I checked and have the latest Win10 update. The Device Manager/Human Interface Devices does not show a touchscreen. I have rebooted, scratched my head, sacrificed a chicken born under a fool (intentional) moon to no avail. This monitor tilts flat which made it great to draw on and now butkus, nil, no touch screen. The monitor is on a Gateway i5, the system info says that no pen or touch is available for this display. Odd as it worked for months after I upgraded from Win 8 to Win10. Any suggestions??
  5. My hid-compliant touch screen was deleted or it’s a ghost driver now. There says the driver is no longer connected to the computer. Please reconnect. And then there’s code 45.
    How do you fix that?
  6. Thank you.
  • reinstall your bluetooth driver and restart
    it will fix your touchscreen problem
  • Hi — I have the same problem. I have a Lenovo Yoga2 Pro running Windows 10. I am not a technical guru but capable although a bit nervous to make too many changes.
    If you say to display hidden items I see the HID Touchscreen. Under the driver tab it looks like there is no driver installed. Under the Events tab it lists and event that happened 12/23/17 where the device was ‘migrated.. configured.. then started’. If you could give me some additional instructions with details that would be helpful. Thank you in advance.
  1. Method 3 worked like magic!
  2. I ran Windows 10 setup from a USB drive on my Dell Venue 8 Pro 3845. I can’t get my touchscreen to work even from there. If all else fails, I have recently purchased a small device that allows connection of three USB male ports (it hasn’t come in the mail yet) and I can connect a wireless mouse, but it would be much more convenient to use the touchscreen. Of course, I can always install touch drivers after installation, but, as I said, it would be easier overall to use the touchscreen for setup. (Wow, that was extremely redundant xD)
  3. About touch screen problems.
    Have also the problem on a trekstore wintron 7.
    Response positions are diffrent over the screen. The positions in the midle were ok.
    Upper and lower corners have different fails.
    Tried to adjust with Calibration. This is absolutly crazy. Nothing works ok.
    Pushing right upper edge results response lower left edge !!
    Finger wipe up, response by down moving.
    I checked the known driver problem. I used the right driver !!!
    Seems to be bad general function.
    Accuracy seems there a great problem.
    The default cal is the best but corners on screen do not fit.
    Tested it by a second item of the same type shows me the same problem !!
    There it is truth, you get what you pay for !!
  4. Darn it! I tried everything on the list and it still hasn’t resolved with weird problem I’m having. I have a square — literally a 1.5” square that shows up on all screens. It popped up out of nowhere and when I reboot I have a dual cursor in there. Meaning another arrow and my mouse creates another one. The touch screen is now hit or miss and I can’t seem to get rid of this box. Can’t seem to find anything about it and wondering if anyone else has seen anything like it.?
  5. hello, i have a problem with the response time or accuracy ? of the multi touchscreen. if i use the mouse or a wacom pen tablet the volume control slider in the taskbar is accurate with one digit (from 100 to 99 %) if i use the multi touchscreen it seems to get stuck for a second and does only multiple digits. ( from 100 to 95) if i hold the finger on the slider after the ‘stuck’ it will do one digit. this is a problem when i use musical software. the volume becomes ‘jumpy’.
  6. it seems a limitation of the drivers?? i tried all suggest solutions on this web page. can someone please help me to solve this? i need the audio software for work. there were no extra drivers for the screen (iilama multitouch)
  7. This made my day thank you make use of
    I simply ran the troubleshooting and it worked.
  8. I have a HP Envy 21' All-in-One PC running Windows 10. Was working fine and one day the screen started shaking and windows popping up, circles appeared on the screen. I was not able to move the mouse to any fields. I turned off the computer, waited a while and turned back on. Which fixed the problem for about a week. Then the problem came back, only worse. I called HP with no help after 3 hours on the phone but did figure out that if I turn off the Touch Screen in Device Manager, the problem went away. HP thinks my User is corrupted, and tried to create a new USER. Although the new USER did not experience the same problem with Touch Screen, I lost all of my programs and info. So it was easier to use my existing USER account and NO Touch Screen, which I didn’t use anyway.
  • Hey Craig… I have EXACTLY the same problem! did you find a fix?…..
    turned off touch screen and no problem but so annoying i cannot use it….
    anybody out there know how to fix?…
    tried updating driver but windows says im using the latest….
    Ive had this problem before and after the latest Anniversary Update….
    thanks for any help…. Pete
  • Hey Pete,
    the same problem happend to me today? Did you find out how to fix it?
  • Laura
  • any luck?
  • Pretty late to this thread but I’ve been having this problem for some time now and its a nightmare. I can fix it by disabling the touch screen and uninstall it but it automatically re-installs on updates. When touchscreen takes over, it is impossible to get any work done and its so bad that it typically takes 20 minutes just to disable the touch screen. When the touchscreen takes over, it opens applications, changes settings, and has even deleted some applications. Has anyone been able to solve this or at least know how to permanently disable it??

Find ViewSonic Display / Monitor Device Drivers by Model Name or Number

How to Update Device Drivers

Option 1: Update drivers automatically

  1. Download the Driver Update Utility for ViewSonic.
  2. Double-click on the program to run it. It will then scan your computer and identify any problem drivers. You will see a results page similar to the one below:
  3. Click the Update Driver button next to your driver. The correct version will be downloaded and installed automatically. Or, you can click the Update Drivers button at the bottom to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out-of-date on your system.

Option 2: Update drivers manually

Windows 10 Display Drivers Problem

How to Install Drivers

Windows 10 Display Drivers Nvidia

Windows 10 Display Drivers Download

  1. Power off your device.
  2. Disconnect the device from your computer.
  3. Reconnect the device and power it on.
  4. Double click the driver download to extract it.
  5. If a language option is given, select your language.
  6. Follow the directions on the installation program screen.
  7. Reboot your computer.

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