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We have used two such viewers:. To view the USB vendor and product ids in Linux you can use dmesg command as described below. Bus Device For further information or technical assistance please email the technical support team at technical touch-base. Failing that, there is a data scope program on our web site which can be used to identify the touch data packet seen at the serial port. We have used two such viewers: Depending on the hardware port in use by the touch device we may be able to identify the device from information gleaned from the device:

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Failing that, there is a data scope program on our web site which can be used to identify the touch data packet seen at the serial port. This is best performed microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye all other USB devices unplugged as sometimes it is unclear which device is which, especially if the description string has not been implemented in the device.

Here are the various ways you might be able to identify the touch screen in use:.

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For further information or technical assistance please email the technical support team at technical touch-base. In the above example, the highlighted entry is a USB touch screen controller.

For clarity, the USB touch screen is buttpn in bold, but does not appear buttln in the actual output. There may be other methods. Contact For further information or technical assistance please email the technical support team at technical touch-base. Given this information microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye can identify the touch controller in use from our database of touch controller settings.

If using a USB controller, which by definition is a Plug and Play device, there are ways of identifying microsoftt controller from the PnP information passed from the device to the system. Under non Lion systems this will directly show the System Profiler.

The following screen shot, taken on Win microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye, shows the same touch device handled by the Windows HID driver: Touch screens are likely to either reside in the Mice and other pointer devices if a custom driver is loaded to supported the device or Human Interface Devices sections.

To view the USB vendor and product ids in Linux miceosoft can use dmesg command as described below.

Typically, the output will be in the mictosoft shown below. We can sometimes identify the controller solely based on this data, which can be saved to a log and emailed to us. Once you have identified the Vendor and production id use the device search service to help identify the device.

This will almost certainly have been supplied from a third party touch screen manufacturer. If using a serial port the best option is to identify from the suggestions above. Depending on the hardware port in use by the touch device we may be able to identify the device from information gleaned from the device:. Depending on the hardware port in use by microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye touch device we may be able to identify the device from information gleaned from the device: We have used two such viewers: Once you have identified the Vendor and production id use the device search service to help identify the device Alternatively there microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye a number of vendor and product id listings on the web, such as: Serial If using a serial port the best option is to identify from the suggestions above.

However, it is unlikely the monitor manufacturer is also the manufacturer of the touch screen. Use a graphical USB Viewer. Alternatively there are a number of vendor and product id listings on the web, such as:. We cannot vouch for the completeness or accuracy of these lists. Occasionally we are asked to supply a driver where the identity of the touch screen is unknown. The USB devices are listed in the following format: Relevant USB information is stored in the registry.

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Most touch screens that we deal with are connected to monitors. USB If using a USB controller, which by definition is a Plug and Play device, there are ways of identifying the controller from the PnP information passed from the device to the system.

This document suggests ways of identifying an unknown controller in use. In this example UPDD is loaded and handling the device. When run, this will show the USB devices, as shown in the following example:. Bus Device Here are the various ways you might be able to identify the microsoft 3 button mouse intellieye screen in use: We have used two such viewers:.