10-12-2019 02:47 AM
Can anyone help me? I have the same problem but have a hp pavillion 360 convertable. Willing to burn the piece of crap if I cant fix it. Spent almost a thousand and it has never worked right due to this issue.
10-14-2019 05:48 PM - edited 10-14-2019 05:51 PM
Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.
Don't worry as I'll be glad to help, however, to provide an accurate resolution, I need a few more details:
- What is the product number of your device? Use this link to find it: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03754824 (Ensure you do not share any of your personal information such as serial, phone number, email ID, etc...).
- Did you make any changes in the settings of your PC prior to the issue?
- Have performed a hardware diagnostic test on the keyboard?
While you respond to that, let's try these steps:
Firstly, perform Hard Reset: Follow steps from the link: https://hp.care/2GnkMa8.
Next step, BIOS default:
- Turn off the computer and wait five seconds.
- Press the Power button to start the computer and repeatedly press the F10 key to enter the BIOS setup menu.
- On the BIOS Setup screen, press F9 to select and load the BIOS Setup Default settings.
- Press F10 to Save and Exit.
- Use the arrow keys to select Yes, then press Enter when asked Exit Saving Changes?
- Follow the prompts to restart your computer. Once it's done uninstall the Touchpad device,
Next, uninstall HID device:
In Windows, search for and open Device Manager. The touchscreen device is labelled HID-compliant touch screen, or similar. Right-click the touchscreen device and select Uninstall. Restart the computer to reinstall the touchscreen driver automatically after the windows update.
Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.
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10-22-2019 11:08 AM
I'm curious if the solution provided by the HP authorized rep solved the problem. I've tried some of the same recommendations to no avail. After stopping into a local computer repair store, the tech explained that it sounded like a defective layer in the screen and the whole screen would need to be replaced. He gave me cheap (free) solution... if you can live without the touchscreen capability, disable it -- it worked, albeit the touch screen feature is no longer a feature! You can Google "Touchscreen Disable" for step by step directions depending on your operating system. In a Windows 10 operating system, search for "device manager", select or open the "Human Interface Devices" folder, select "HID-Compliant Touch Screen", then select disable (located near the top menu bar). I think a reboot is required when done.