[st4110p] Touchscreen and COM! port resources conflict

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fdx
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[st4110p] Touchscreen and COM! port resources conflict

Postby fdx » Fri Sep 05, 2008 23:31

I just installed windows XP on my ST4110p. Everything working but touchscreen.
There is resource confict betwean tablet pen device and com1 port.

I disabled port com1, changed IRQ and I dont know what else I can do to make it works.

Still dont have touchscreen. Still showing me that conflict betwean this two.

Maby someone had that before and solve that problem? Please help.

calibradaz
Posts: 2
Joined: Sat Sep 06, 2008 23:29
Product(s): st4110p

Re: Touchscreen and COM! port resources conflict

Postby calibradaz » Sat Sep 06, 2008 23:31

hey dude im having the exact same problem i have had a look on the net but not found the solution as of yet if you find the solution before me i would be most gratefull if you could help me out.if i find the answer i wuill get back to you

piper alpha
Posts: 7
Joined: Wed Oct 29, 2008 0:47
Product(s): st4110
Location: Merseyside, UK

Re: Touchscreen and COM! port resources conflict

Postby piper alpha » Fri Oct 31, 2008 0:32

fdx wrote:I just installed windows XP on my ST4110p. Everything working but touchscreen.
There is resource confict betwean tablet pen device and com1 port.

I disabled port com1, changed IRQ and I dont know what else I can do to make it works.

Still dont have touchscreen. Still showing me that conflict betwean this two.

Maby someone had that before and solve that problem? Please help.

calibradaz wrote:hey dude im having the exact same problem i have had a look on the net but not found the solution as of yet if you find the solution before me i would be most gratefull if you could help me out.if i find the answer i wuill get back to you
Did you guys resolve this problem?

sEbola
Posts: 2
Joined: Sun Apr 26, 2009 21:54
Product(s): ST4120

Re: [st4110p] Touchscreen and COM! port resources conflict

Postby sEbola » Sun Apr 26, 2009 22:12

On ST4120P I was the same problem. I found only one way: in Device Manager simply uninstall COM port :)


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