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    Question Toughbook CF-27 Windows 2000 Touchscreen Driver

    Hi there,

    I've recently been given a Panasonic Toughbook CF-27. I've been running Windows 2000 on it, but I can't seem to find drivers for the sound card and touchscreen. Panasonic only has drivers for Windows 98 and I've been googling for days to no avail.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks

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    Hi cj10111 welcome to wd forums.

    Try going here, hit the icon next to downloads & put your model number in the appropriate box when the page has revised & you ought to see some bios updates (there's a few depending on just which variety of cf27 you have) & I think the lack of any specific ones that you wanted, means windows is supposed to 'know' .. Applying any bios flashes may well help in this respect, as if windows isn't correctly identifying all the devices (which bios tells it) then it can't 'know'

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    Thanks. I'll give it a try and post my results.

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    I didn't get the bios working but I did download the touchscreen and sound drivers from there. They work beautifully. If everything works then do I need to update the bios?

    Thanks for the help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cj10111
    ... If everything works then do I need to update the bios?..
    Nope ! .. leave 'well enough alone' (if everything is fine don't bother about any bios updates for now) - its my fault for not looking very hard, I didn't see the particular drivers you wanted, so assumed , thankfully you did look a bit harder than me

    'no harm, no foul' hopefully applies .

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    XP Drivers

    Was wondering if you knew of a way to make the touchscreen work with XP, nowhere else does but maybe you do.
    Also the speech on a video echoes when i have headphones in, is this a dodgy connection or can i do something about it?
    I have checked that it isn't just set up to echo when headphones are in (thought I would check the obvious first!)

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    Solution

    I have a solution for touchscreen driver problems with Windows XP. I have a CF-28 (originally with W98SE). Model #CF-28MCFAZEM.

    I got a copy of Win Xp Home SP2. Booted from CD, and installed to my C: drive.
    I formatted my HD putting just this XP installation to it.

    Next I got these drivers : http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services...ning-0523.html

    I also uploaded same file here : http://rapidshare.com/files/69574087...19l41.zip.html

    Run TPSETUP.EXE and restart pc.

    Your touchscreen should now be active (but inaccurate). Time to calibrate.

    In the unzipped files open folder WINXP and open CALWIN.EXE. Using a stylus is best.

    Go through that and you should be good to go.

    Hope this helps! sag0101@yahoo.com for help.

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    Welcome to Windrivers deadice and thanks for the tip!
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Just remember, if you change your screen resolution you have to calibrate it again!

    Quote Originally Posted by deadice
    I have a solution for touchscreen driver problems with Windows XP. I have a CF-28 (originally with W98SE). Model #CF-28MCFAZEM.

    I got a copy of Win Xp Home SP2. Booted from CD, and installed to my C: drive.
    I formatted my HD putting just this XP installation to it.

    Next I got these drivers : http://www.fujitsu.com/emea/services...ning-0523.html

    I also uploaded same file here : http://rapidshare.com/files/69574087...19l41.zip.html

    Run TPSETUP.EXE and restart pc.

    Your touchscreen should now be active (but inaccurate). Time to calibrate.

    In the unzipped files open folder WINXP and open CALWIN.EXE. Using a stylus is best.

    Go through that and you should be good to go.

    Hope this helps! sag0101@yahoo.com for help.

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    That worked great for my CF-27! Thanks. I have come to accept that my touchscreen would never work, but now it does!

    Thanks

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    Thumbs up

    No prob, hopefully this helps others in the same boat.

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    Unhappy Help I still cant do my touch screen

    Quote Originally Posted by K8TEK
    That worked great for my CF-27! Thanks. I have come to accept that my touchscreen would never work, but now it does!

    Thanks

    Dear All, I have install he fujitsu software in my CF-27, but still can't work. my model is CF-27EJ6K3EE, i don't know if my CF-27 is support for touch screen or not? how to activate the touch screen?

    Please help

    Thanks

    Santoso

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    Hi to all

    I just found a site with all the toughbooks drivers on it.

    http://www.produkte.panasonic.de/ser...TR&process=yes

    I bough two of them on ebay and had a hard job finding sound driver for win 98.


    Tony

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    Well, that didn't work for me, installed drivers, restarted computer then ran the calibration program and nothing happens.............do I have to go into bios and change something?

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    Welcome to Windrivers talldarkcuban

    Exactly what didn't work for you?
    By callibration, did you mean for the touch screen?
    What windows are you using?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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