Are you confused that your Iiyama device worked well in Windows 7 or Windows 8. Grant Dickeson Replied on February 20, I have found the problem is the same on other Acer devices I have exhausted all the options available to me now. Did you find a fix – or did Gilbert’s suggestion of re-installing W7 work for you. Sorry this didn’t help. In reply to Gilbert van Haasen’s post on February 18,
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Are you confused that your Iiyama device t2250tms well in Windows 7 or Windows 8. DominicP Replied on August 2, They were working fine. A little more info here. Manually downloading and updating Iiyama drivers is a very tedious and time consuming process.
IIYAMA ProLite TMTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. – Microsoft Community
I have installed Windows 7 again and after that it worked again and this is now like more then 6 months ago and it’s still working fine. Only these types of files: How satisfied are you with this response?
It appears that it could be a timeout issue, if you do discover a solution, or have any more information, please post it. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
Touchscreen issues on Iiyama Prolite T2250MTS with Windows 7 Ultimate
I have no idea why it’s still working and I know I’m not much of help to you now but I’ve read all posts here and felt bad that you t2250kts still those stupid problems. I would try this before you buy another screen. How satisfied are you with this reply? If the USB device powers down, touching the screen will not re-enable touch input.
As you can imagine I also reinstalled Windows 7 again from scratch on a brand new ssd. I have the same question I’ve read all your problems and they sound very familiar to mine problems. Driver Talent for Network Card.
I have no idea why it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. Did you find a fix – or did Gilbert’s suggestion of re-installing W7 work for you. It is not a mystery. Option 2 is alienating the staff have to restart using solely a keyboard. As the monitors are in cabinets and the PC’s are in a ceiling space – option 1 is not practical. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
Touchscreen issues on Iiyama Prolite TMTS with Windows 7 Ultimate
Did this solve your problem? I know it’s kind of rigorous but it did it for me. If you want them just send me an e-mail: In reply to Grant Dickeson’s post on August 2, I have the same issue occurring.
Windows 8 Developer’s Preview it works very good.
A half year has past and in the meanwhile I’ve upgraded my computer and now I have this:. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
Only a system restart will re-activate the device and its touch input. It is vital to backup your drivers before installing new Iiyama drivers. I have tried a fresh reinstall with the manufacturers version of Win7.
I have exhausted all the options available to me now.