In reply to MarcusMulcahy’s post on January 10, If you need more explanation on what I mean post back – I know its a little sketchy atm. If the USB device powers down, touching the screen will not re-enable touch input. This could be a USB driver issue. User Replied on August 10, Due to my setup, the monitors are running across 5 Metre “active” USB extensions with a circuitry block at the female end. I have no idea why it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7.
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They just weren’t reliable and were a source of serious concern for a large capital project we undertook building an in-house production system. I left the TPCC feature on from the get go and surely enough the touch monitor hasn’t gone to sleep since about a week past – with long periods of inactivity.
IIYAMA ProLite T2250MTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7.
You kiyama ask why I would disable this feature for a touch screen? In reply to Joelbytes’s post on September 6, Grant Dickeson Replied on August 2, This thread is locked.
To forward to now – the replacements have been yanked out and packed up. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
In reply to Gilbert van Haasen’s post on August 20, I will post the results. I have no idea why it doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. User Replied on March 19, When I had the problem I search the web for anything that can solve my problem. Iiyamaa that you have the latest USB drivers for the port the screen is connected to and that the USB touch input device is not set to be powered off to save power.
I explained the issue to the agent and notified him that the “sleeping touch” appears to be a common fault with this monitor.
Gilbert van Haasen Created on February 18, To be honest, I don’t know where iyiama are for, the drivers in the. User Replied on August 18, Only a system restart will re-activate the device and its touch input.
How satisfied are you with this response? Tell us about your experience with our site. This ikyama after chasing their repair agents in the UK for some time, then after much frustration – contacting iiyama direct in the Netherlands. This touchscreen has optical sensors.
IIyama TMTS Monitor
I also have Windows 8 Developers Preview and there it works fine. Gilbert van Haasen Replied on August 20, On PC’s where I still have it disabled, the touch is only single and very crude – almost jittery. So, I received 8 new monitors and the original monitors were returned to be scrapped apparently they can’t be repaired as the screen is glued together. I have the same question PaulTavener Replied on March 18, This could be iiyamz USB driver issue.
But what exactly I can’t tell you unfortunately.
IIYAMA ProLite TMTS LCD doesn’t work anymore in Windows 7. – Microsoft Community
In reply to Grant Dickeson’s post on August 2, Tried and tested technology, very high build quality and they haven’t skipped a beat since I installed them. In reply to MarcusMulcahy’s post on January 10, Many thanks Paul Tavener Hi Paul, The monitors I had replaced were just over a year old but were only actually installed for 6 months when I replaced them The strange thing was – I bought them from an online retailer in the UK but I ended up getting support and replacement direct from iiyama in the UK and Netherlands To forward to now – the replacements have been yanked out and packed up.
Obviously doing a full system recovery would have cleared all these old instances.