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Lenovo Yoga 3 Touchscreen Failure

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Have a Lenovo yoga 3 14'. Recently touchscreen stopped working out of the blue; went into my driver software and found out that the HID compliant touch screen device is 'not connected to the computer'. I'm running the latest Windows 10 and the drivers are completely up to date. Uninstalling the driver only hurt the cause as when I rebooted the computer the driver did not get reinstalled and I had to restore to a previous system version. Any help as to solving this issue would be greatly appreciated. 



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Your problem may be that, according to Windows 10 anyway, the drivers are completely up to date.  For some reason some of the drivers Windows 10 "thinks best" are simply not so.


If you were not having problems with the touch screen with the original driver for whatever version of Windows you were using prior to Windows 10 I'd go to the Lenovo website, download that driver, and reinstall it.  Then set Windows Update such that it does not automatically update device drivers (at least for the time being until a lot of the transition mess finally settles itself out).  There are instructions out there on how to do this so I won't repeat those here.

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