Is this a new problem recently? Check for update if some security updates need to be installed. This could update Windows OS version and system files. Contact Lenovo support to test if it is related to hardware. Hope this helps and please help to accept as Answer if the response is useful. Best Regards, Carl. What to try if your touchscreen doesn't work. Uninstall the driver and check the Delete the driver software for this device box.
Restart the computer. Right-click HID compliant touch screen, then uninstall. When you restart the PC, it will reinstall. If labeled as disabled a faded or lighter shade of gray , then right-click the option and select enable.
Check to see if that brings the touch screen back. If the previous steps do not work, contact Lenovo service center for further assistance and diagnosis. Hi I did what you said to do an uninstalled the touch screen but when I restarted the PC, it didn't reinstall. What do I do now? I had that problem to.
My solution was a SFC scan. I don't know how long this works, since I have done it recently but there are more possible fixes for that. Refer to link below. To run a SFC scan do as follows: 1. Open CMD just typing in Windows search bar and run it as admin. The gyro's weren't working either along with a few other bits and pieces. I know it's for Windows 8. Carl, you sir are a hero! I tried everything Windows reinstall twice , installed MANY drivers Does it work for Win 10 as well?
Because I couldn't find a this exact driver for the win 10 version. Then first try troubleshooting the driver. Then update driver and try using your touch screen once. This should be able to fix it, if doesn't then please try to roll back the driver. Yes, all three kernels were booted against the same install of kubuntu I used kernel 5. Deb package from kernel. The 5. The live cd of kubuntu It's usable until the tablet is assigned a profile in kde's settings, where touch gestures are finicky, but it's servicable after gestures are turned off.
Pressure sensitivity also works in krita after a profile is assigned. Important edit: I initially said lubuntu, but it's actually kubuntu. I apologise for the confusion. Weewoolad -- thanks, I'll follow up on those leads! I tried the Kubuntu What Information would you require to continue your search? Thanks BFH-ktt1. This morning I also a look at the Kubuntu I was thinking that maybe they disabled the driver entirely, which would cause a similar effect to commenting out the one line.
Its looking less and less like the wildcard is at fault Kubuntu I'll be making a second comparison of the logs you two have gathered to see if anything stands out Does not work on Kubuntu with kernel 5. I will happily provide them, just let me know! Also, would you like me to try out the partially working Kubuntu? A test of Kubuntu would be appreciated though. I try Without success with: Ubuntu Today i installed the 5. I did some reasearch, because I'm going to get a Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 to christmas and found out something interesting.
In the Archwiki under discussion of the tablet is somebody who wrote, that the touch is working At least with a pen. His output of dmesg grep wacom. Are you sure? I'm sorry, you're right. I got confused with ideapad 5 amd which uses elan's touchscreen. I have an IdeaPad Flex 5 Rayzen, the issue with the touchscreen seems to be solved for me with kernel 5. I just installed kernel 5.
I don't have a pen. Since it's so simple, I edited the file manually and added those 2 lines, then recompiled the kernel. Yes, I confirm it works!!! I edited and recompiled the kernel on ubuntu I hope that the official kernels of ubuntu, fedora, manjaro etc etc will be corrected as soon as possible so as not to have to recompile at every kernel change. Maybe relevant?
I'm happy to report that after applying the above patch to the 5. Thank you! Works also on mine Lenovo Yoga C The only problem is that the pen and the fingers are recognised as mouse but it won't stop me now! Alexfebbraio this patch will be applied in the 5. The merge window closes in a week, I think, so I doubt we have to wait too long for the testing repos to be updated. Thanks aditsu. Patching with the latest kernel code fixes the touchscreen. Now I just need to figure out screen rotation it seems to work with Pop OS The patch is in the stable kernel 5.
So upgrading to that kernel should work now so that you don't have to compile the kernel by yourself, if your distrobution has a package. Good to see that the issue has been diagnosed and fixed. Hopefully the more-restrictive match won't cause problems for existing devices. I'm assuming this should be fine Once people start to get the fix on their systems either by patching their kernel manually or waiting for one of the stable kernels like 5.
I'll post reminders to each issue after a week or so if there's no update. Alexfebbraio see the "Contributing" instructions on our wacom-hid-descriptors repository. Anyone who has a patched kernel is encouraged to submit the sysinfo logs described so that we have a record in the future of the hardware that is shipped with each device.
I also use use the logs to generate a libwacom tablet definition for each sensor so that the devices show up properly in the control panel. I seem to remember that some people may have already opened an issue for their device, and if that's the case, they can just submit the logs from their now-working system to their existing issue. Out of curiosity, is sound working also working fine? That has been a big issue with the Duet 7i and the only distro that I've found to work "mostly" out of the box is Arch for some reason.
It appears that this patch has now landed in all the stable trees upstream and should automatically roll out to distros soon:. Many thanks for the work on this. I updated after install from kernel 5. I then used the suggestions here to update to 5. I did install Ubuntu to dual boot with the pre-installed Windows 10S.
This meant that I had to disable secure boot in the BIOS to get it to recognise the kernel instructions for signing the kernel look way beyond my knowledge. Whilst the touchscreen does work for clicking and selecting, it does not work for scrolling with a single finger. Can anyone suggest anything for this please? Just noticed that scrolling works in one or two places, eg Settings, Ubuntu Software, but not Terminal, or Thunderbird.
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