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Sensitivity on Touch Screen Envy u11

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HP Envy u11
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I have a Envy  u11 Laptop

 

I was frustrated with the Touch Pad and Touch Screen sensitivity.  The lightest touch on either would send the screen in Zoom, close, open, et.al

 

I thought I turned the sensitivity down/off on the Touch Screen.   The Touch Pad works fine. 

The Touch Screen does not work at all.  Regardless of what I have done per HP and the Web/Goggle suggests.

 

I have tried all the solutions suggested by HP Support.  Disable, Enable, Remove, Reboot etc. 

I have Uninstalled/Reinstalled via Device Manager.

Rebooted to discover Hardware.

Nothing works.

 

I updated the drivers for the Laptop.

 

I am very frustrated.  Any suggestions, beyond the obvious HP and Web solutions are welcome.

 

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