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I have a HP 23 Pavilion (H110) All-In-One PC, that has issues with the touchscreen.

 

I installed Windows 8.1 and the issue does not occur. I installed Windows 11 and it does occur. So whatever change, happened from 8.1 to 10.

 

I am back on Windows 10.

 

When I touch a button or icon on the screen, it will highlight as though I am clicking it, but nothing will happen.

HOWEVER, I AM able to click buttons and interact on web pages within Edge or IE.. SO the browser works.

Scrolling and also "click and drag" seems to work

 

The calibration within Windows doesn't respond at all.

 

I was curious why it appeared to select items when clicking, but not actually fire off things, so I wrote an application that would trap the events that are called.

 

When clicking with the mouse, the events that fire are:

 

Mouse Down

Click

Mouse Click

Mouse Up

 

 

When I do the same with the Touch screen, it will only fire

 

Mouse Down

Mouse Up

 

 

I assume most applications are written to intercept the click or mouse click calls.

 

How can I fix this so this will work in Windows 10?

 

 

As stated above, I've tried 3 different OS.. Made sure all the drivers are correct and up to date. 

 

 

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