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I've had it for about a year. My iPad Gen 3 is unfortunately now almost useless since I updated it to iOS 8…. Search both options in the following screen. There are some things you can try. check over here

I'm not convinced it's a hardware bug since I never had this happen prior to the update. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter

Funky Cricket Member Posts 652 Posts Global Posts 1,004 Global Posts 08-19-2013,02:15 PM #21 I've had lock ups, Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter z33dev33l Member Posts 839 Posts Global Posts 1,187 Global Posts 08-17-2013,11:27 AM #3 Power button and both volume buttons To learn more, see Clean and care for your Surface. http://forums.windowscentral.com/nokia-lumia-928/237930-touchscreen-stopped-working-how-reboot.html

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Techniqued 297,000 views 4:57 lumia 920 screen not working ! - Duration: 1:08. For example, they might cause the cursor to move unexpectedly. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter

tk-093 Member Posts 1,465 Posts Global Posts 1,941 Global Posts 08-19-2013,02:24 PM #22 Yeah, I've had lockups

If the problem persists, try updating or reinstalling the drivers. Here’s how: Step 1: Press the Windows logo key +I to open Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, To learn more about touchscreen gestures and tips for using touch on your Surface, see Use touch with Windows and Get to know Microsoft Edge. Touch Screen Not Working Windows 8 JerryRigEverything 313,782 views 3:50 Nokia Lumia 1020 Review! - Duration: 10:36.

Press and hold the Power button and then slide down when you see Slide down to power off. Nokia Touch Screen Not Responding I just hope it keeps working. More Windows Phone 8 problems These are the main WP8 issues we’ve come across so far and the potential solutions and workarounds you’ll need to deal with them. I don't think there is a hardware issue because it is functional for a limited time in windows and has exhibited no abnormal behavior in linux.

I just don't know anymore. Surface Pro 3 Touch Screen Not Working At All Here’s how to restart your Surface when your touchscreen isn’t working: Step 1: Press the Windows logo key +I to open Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right For detailed how-to info, see Refresh or reset Surface RT or Surface 2 If the touchscreen still isn’t working after these steps, your Surface needs service. Not before my fixing-odysee, not after it.

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Reply Vera January 25, 2016 at 5:41 am # my son's rt2 screen stopped working after his battery was low and he closed the cover. http://www.groovypost.com/howto/fix-touchscreen-windows-8/ If the touchscreen still isn’t working after you’ve installed the latest updates, try Solution 5. Surface Pro 3 Touch Screen Not Working Solution 1: Clean the screen Use a soft, lint-free cloth dampened with water or eyeglass cleaner but don’t apply liquids directly to the screen. Surface Pro 4 Touch Screen Not Working The “other” category will still fill up, but it should be automatically cleared out when the storage reaches capacity.

Reset cured, for now. check my blog Use a microfiber cloth – usually one comes with your tablet or if you wear glasses you probably have one. If solutions 1-6 didn’t work, recalibrate the touchscreen: Step 1: Press the Windows logo key . (If you're using a mouse, select Start .) Step 2: Enter calibrate, use the arrow If the touchscreen still doesn’t work correctly, go to Solution 2. Nokia Touch Screen Not Working Properly

Will report back as soon as I have the steps to turn off updates on Win RT. Reply Andy November 27, 2015 at 3:46 pm # I actually encountered the same issue with the surface 3, however, even though the touch screen works, the mouse just wants to So … any ideas? this content Glad you were able to get in there and disable it.

Sign in 2 2 Don't like this video? Surface Pro 3 Touch Screen Dead Spots I will try draining the battery, detaching the keyboard (touch) and then charging to see what happens, but I am not counting on it being back to normal. Go to Get my Surface fixed.

Reply Helen November 16, 2015 at 10:15 am # After 6 months of not working, my touch screen works again…..right after an update!

Reply ScottV September 22, 2015 at 8:53 am # Good day to everyone. You could also try removing the battery and replacing it. There was also some suggestion that a syncing problem was related. Surface Pro 4 Touch Screen Stops Working I too think this isn't hardware related.

It's a bummer to be sure. This is how all of my machines are always configured. Wit Rigs 661,489 views 9:43 Nokia McLaren: The Windows Phone That Never Was - Duration: 4:06. have a peek at these guys Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter

Kieta Member Posts 404 Posts Global Posts 419 Global Posts 01-13-2014,11:36 AM #25 This has happened to me

Reply Ralph May 11, 2015 at 12:28 am # Just bought a Chuwi Vi8 with double-OS Android 4.4 and WIN 8.1. I guess sometimes you have to learn the hard way. Make sure you backup first by going to App list > Settings > Backup and choose App list + settings and then Back up now. Here's how, using a keyboard or mouse: Step 1: Press the Windows logo key +l to open Settings. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen,

Reply Brian Burgess July 26, 2015 at 7:50 pm # Did you try the steps above? Seen the same problem with a demo unit in a shop... Sign in to report inappropriate content. Reply Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Tomad9#AC Member Posts 44 Posts Global Posts 69 Global Posts 08-17-2013,03:08 PM #7 I have the same thing happen

I figured I would do the install and start working again, but the updated killed the touchscreen (like others are saying), but I literally was using it, let it install the For example, they might cause the cursor to move unexpectedly. Skip to Solution 8. Note To follow the remaining troubleshooting steps, you'll need to have a keyboard or mouse connected to your Surface.

Before trying the solutions below, here are some things to know: Try each solution in order. By sohail mahajan in forum Windows Phone 8 Replies: 1 Last Post: 08-17-2013, 11:14 AM Changing Sim, will apps still work?