04-18-2011 02:32 AM
Anyone figured out how to circumvent or even better fix this issue. It's very annoying to need to use the computer quickly and have to restart or put it through a sleep cycle to get the bottom screen's touch input working again. Thanks for any and all feedback!
04-18-2011 09:05 AM
Have you modified the video drivers? Any non-Toshiba Video drivers prior to the latest Intel caused issues. The latest Intel Video Drivers work well but you will need to force their install by extracting and manually updated the drivers.
Also have you upgraded to the latest BIOS (v. 1.30). I do not use Hiberbnate, I use Hybrid Sleep. But early on I did see this behavior occassionally and was usually fixed by pressing the Home Button to expand the screen and then pressing again to re-activate the Bullitin Board App.
04-19-2011 01:54 AM
Thanks for your feedback, it appears we meet again.
I am using the latest Bios (1.30), and I'm using the latest intel drivers which where updated via device manager and the update driver mechanism.
I'm noticing this behavior (touch screen not working) more so when using hybrid sleep. Sometimes it will amend itself after activating the toshiba bulletin via the home button. Sometimes not.
It should be noted as well, that while some where reporting window index score improvements mine stayed the same.
04-20-2011 08:28 AM
You can try this in case your hyberfil.sys file is corrupted
1. Open up an elevated command prompt.
2. Type this command: powercfg -h off
3. Restore Hibernation: powercfg -h on
05-23-2011 05:08 AM
I have the exact same issue. Nothing seems to resolve it. Happens after any type of resume from being suspended. Tried reseting the hardware, clearing the hibernate file, changing settings, restoring..... same issue.
Only the top screen touch function is available. Any touching of the lower opperates the top pointer in mirror.
Toshiba, please help.
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