In reply to Gilbert van Haasen’s post on August 20, I have the Iiyama touch screen and it worked fine in the beginning but now it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. They immediately arranged to have one of the monitors collected, returned and tested by their engineers. If there is debris or dust blocking one of these, then the touchscreen appears to stop working. In reply to PaulTavener’s post on March 18,
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Hi Conor J Would you be to tell me how old your monitors were when you had them replaced?
Thanks for marking this as the answer. I have no idea why it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. I’ve just did system history point, don’t know what it is in English but I went back to my system 2 weeks ago and now it’s working again.
IIyama T2250MTS Monitor
This is good and I think it may be touching the line of investigation I’ve been running on. In reply to Joelbytes’s post on September 6, User’s post on January 12, User Replied on September 7, They just weren’t reliable and were a source of serious concern for a large capital project we undertook building an in-house production system.
To be honest, I don’t know where they are for, the drivers in the.
This thread is locked. On PC’s where I still have it disabled, the touch is only single and very crude – almost jittery.
IIyama TMTS Monitor
I completed the wipe and restore of the PC and as my installs are on our shop floor, I removed and hid as much junk as I could from the system. Did this solve your problem? Tried and tested technology, very high build quality and they haven’t skipped a beat since I installed them Now what to do with the 8 useless T’s sitting in my office! When I had the problem I search the web for anything that can solve my problem.
I think the computer manufacturer is irrelevant. Gilbert van Haasen Replied on August 20, I have the same question I am running two Acer machines and two Fujitsu machines, both are having problems.
IIYAMA ProLite TMTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. – Microsoft Community
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I have the Iiyama touch screen and it worked fine in the beginning but now it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. User Replied on March 19, User Replied on January 12, A little more info here.
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. They immediately arranged to have one of the monitors collected, returned and tested by their engineers. This could be a USB driver issue. Sorry for not posting here in a while.
PaulTavener Replied on March 18, In reply to DominicP’s post on August 2, Hope this helps in your situations! Joelbytes Replied on September 6, If the USB device powers down, touching the screen will not re-enable touch input.
Iiyama strange thing was – I bought them from an online retailer in the UK but I ended up getting support and replacement direct from iiyama in the UK and Netherlands.