Edited by technisol at 9-20-2017 18:52 |
I'm guessing you went into Win 10 settings, typed "calibrate" and chose "Calibrate the screen for Pen and Touch Input" and then did each calibration and saved it afterwards? If so, how can it be so far off?
I'm not sure this will help, but on some past tablets I've had to work my way up to a proper calibration if it was too far off to begin with because the calibration routine would reject the input because it was too far out of boundaries that it wanted to accept.(Poor coding, likely due to a "It could never be this far off" mentality.) If it's not accepting your input on each step of the calibration try pressing between where it thinks you are and where it shows you are or 180 degrees opposite that spot and working your way up to it through a few calibration attempts, but you have to save it each time as you get it to accept positions closer to where they belong or it will not register or improve. Sometimes this approach will let you slide the acceptable window of inputs closer to where you need to be in the end by sneaking up on the difference between input and where it actually is getting pressed. Worth a shot.