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Jos1948
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TOUCH to NO TOUCH, will it work?

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HP AIO PC 24-f0014
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I need a good advice.

So I got a no touch screen sent to me. I will loose money to return that.

It was because the whole model number was the same.

But it didn't offer touch. So, my fault I ordered. 

 

Now my question: Does anybody know if this might just work?

(Without touch of course, I understand that.)

I would take it if it does.

 

I can imagine the Bios must be preset for this to work. 

If I know for sure it won't work, I will return this unpacked.

Didn't want to be here, but yes bs happens!

Thanks for your advice.

 

When I'm here I have a problem
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iomare
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Hi,

Yes, i believe you can use the non-touch panel without any problem

Take a look at this video where first is shown ho to replace a non-touch panel and then a touch panel. They are basically the same. You can just remove the touch cable from the machine.

https://youtu.be/k0Qlgdgg-xw?t=413

 

Hope it helps,

David

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Hi,

Yes, i believe you can use the non-touch panel without any problem

Take a look at this video where first is shown ho to replace a non-touch panel and then a touch panel. They are basically the same. You can just remove the touch cable from the machine.

https://youtu.be/k0Qlgdgg-xw?t=413

 

Hope it helps,

David

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Jos1948
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Thanks David!

I decided to try.  I didn't use touch a lot. Mostly for easy scrolling or now and then zooming.

I will have to find out which one is the touch cable. I followed your video but my device is different.

I will check some I saved.

Have a great day!

 

 

 

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You're welcome.

 

Let us know how it works out.

 

Take care,

David

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I couldn't decide to  build it in... If I mess this up and have to remove the screen,

again with chances on damage... I will cancel the whole operation and buy a knew one.

This went back to CA.

 

So, though next delivery comes from China and costs me shipping and $25 more over all, I have support from A well known online shop. The item description contains my AIO model and condition new .

 

I don't want to open it again to upgrade memory, I ordered that too. So, I'm ready when the screen arrives.

That will take some time. I'll let you know how this works out.

 

 

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