I have a problem with my Lenovo B50-30 Touch laptop. After upgrading to Windows 10, my touchscreen driver was malfunctioned.
I tried updating through Device Manager, looking through the web, including through the Lenovo site, and even trying some freeware to update the driver. None of those strategies worked. So I was wondering how to update (or repair) my driver, which was updated since July 21, 2006 (although I bought the computer in 2014). If not, I want to know if there are any compatible drivers I could download for my computer. My hardware ID is USB VID_04F3&PID_0379. Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Dell Optiplex 7040 @3.40GB OS: Windows 10 x64 v1703 CPU: 6th Generation Intel i7-6700 Memory: 1 x 8GB DDR4 2133MHz Graphics Card: Onboard Intel HD Graphics 530 Sound Card: Onboard Realtek Monitor(s) Displays: Samsung 32UNJ6300 Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Keyboard: Logitech MK710 Mouse: Logitech M705 Hard Drives: 500GB SSD > 450MB Recovery > 100MB EFI > 128GB Windows C: > 160GB Personal Data F: > 188GB Media GB G: Internet Speed: 50Mbps Browser: Chrome - typically Antivirus: Norton Security. When you say the driver failed, do you mean there is a driver error or just the fact your touchscreen isn't working?
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(Right click the device->Properties on the General tab. Does the Device status say 'device is working' or is there an error code number?
The touch screen uses the Microsoft generic driver and that driver date of 2006 is misleading. Right click the device->Properties then the Driver tab. Tell me the full driver version number? It should start with 10. As it's a Windows 10 version driver /* EDIT */ Just saw thread. Not sure which version you have but can also attempt driver rollback. Please note and report the driver version numbers before and after as would be curious for that info if you can do a rollback.