Answer to: Touch screen driver install.Maybe the answer lies in the Model of CF-29. If you have a Mark I to Mark III (a 1.2 or 1.3 GHz chip), your driver will not have a calibration utility. Mark Iv and Mark V have a calibration tool available. If your mouse pointer won't move to where you point on the screen, then either you installed the drivers in the wrong order, or (worst case) your touch screen doesn't work any longer. Uninstall the Mouse driver, then reinstall it (NOTE: make sure you install the correct driver for your unit! You will need the ENTIRE model number to find the right driver from Panasonic. This is found in BIOS or on the bottom of your machine.) Bear in mind that that not all CF-29's had touchscreen capability; your Model # will give you a lot of info.
Answer to: Touch screen driver install.The order in which your drivers are installed may well determine if your touchscreen will work. To fix this issue, you need to load the needed drivers on a flash drive or another machine. I suggest <h>www.toughbookdrivers.com/drivers/cf-29/</h> First, restart your computer in safe mode (pressing [F8] as you are cold-starting up). Then, using CONTROL PANEL, remove all drivers (Video, Audio, Mouse, Peripherals, etc) Finally, install the Touchpad/Touchscreen driver FIRST. Install then video, then audio, then the rest....EXCEPT save the LAN and WLAN drivers, respectively, for LAST. If you have GPS, add after LAN and WLAN drivers are installed. If this doesn't work, it's likely your touchscreen card went bad...it is a weak link with these units...especially the Mk IV's or V's.