|I had a GCT running well under WinME, with the touch screen working. I decided to upgrade to W2K doing a clean install and using the supposed W2K touchscreen drivers. I’ve tried this now twice, but each time I get errors that the driver can’t communicate with the touchscreen (I’ve tried every COM port). I think the reason is that in the Device Manager, COM2 has a “!” next to it. I’ve reinstalled clean twice and tried everything I can think of (including removing the modem), but nothing changes. There was also an “Unspecified Modem” present, even after I removed the internal modem, but when I deleted this it did not get redetected at startup. Has anyone else had the same experience, and how did you resolve it?|
Also, could someone who has WinME running please go into Device Manager and give me the resources (IRQ and memory range) that each COM port is using? I should’ve copied these down before overwriting WinME but I forgot. Maybe I can manually configure the COM ports.
Finally, could somebody please tell me which COM port the touchscreen is normally associated with?
Thanks very much!