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Join Date: Jun 2011
Re: Hp Tm2t 2100 Touch Input not working
You need to be technically strong and very smart with the hardware assembling for both reading and trying out my suggestion. I have got the fix for your trouble, I am not sure but I think it might help you out somehow. So please try out the following trick and let me know the result:
- First of all you need to open up your laptopís screen and for doing so you need to unscrew the screws that are present at the bottom of the laptopís screen. Once you remove all the connected screws make sure that you open and separate the top screen casing and the bezel of your machine.
- The reason I told you to get the bezel is because it helps you to detach the screen from the hinge. But anyways if you arenít able to get the bezel then you need not have to worry just focus on the other screws that are fixed tightly for protecting the screen display. You might find such 4 screws, just remove them and then slowly and softly try to move the machineís screen toward the opposite direction.
- After moving the screen you might find a connector at the right corner side of your laptop. Almost in all the touch input cases it was found that the connector port was not properly place and also the HP Customer care themselves have confessed that such loosely held connector does create the issue with the touch screen of the laptop.
- Now if in case your connector is not proper or not fixed well to the port then make sure that you place it properly and tightly and once you are done also see to it that you tape the connector port properly in such a way that it wouldnít come out in future. Use the same tape that is already fixed on the connector port.
- In additional you can also manage to keep or attach some soft kind of things like foam just to get more safety to the connector port. Place the foam at the backside of the port. You can stick it with some adhesive. Do not take any risk (test the connector port by applying certain pressure upon it). Once you are sure that everything is placed properly just get everything back to its place, put the screen and fix the screws onto the holes.
- I am sure this might help you out because this is the only trick that has been officially been suggested by the HP Support themselves. So better give it a try rather than trying out some other weird things and failing (perform this task only if you are technically aware of the laptopís aspect).