How to install multitouch driver on Windows 7.

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How to install multitouch driver on Windows 7 (also works on Windows 8)
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  1. Hello i'm trying to install multitouchdriver on windows 7 but when I execute "Install driver.cmd" in command line, this send me this error "devcon failed". Do you know why  send me this error?. the touch screen that i'm using is a kingtouch touch screen.  Thanks

  2. I downloaded the refresh touchpck driver in your description and it doesnt look like what it looks like on your video…so I am unsure where to go from there, as it doesnt have a bunch of folders, and only just a bunch of files now. 🙁

  3. looks like a useful driver. Shame there is no sound with the video and that the guy demonstrating it obviously thinks we all already know what to do otherwise he wouldn't race through what we need to do without any explanation!

  4. does this also work for capacitive screens (i.e. enable the use of fingers on them)? if so: thank you! 😀

    been looking for something like this for my tc4400 for ages

  5. i got it work somehow but, the 2 of the red cursor cant do anything except move around. it cant click or anything, so i have to use my keyboard to turn off that "native mouse bla bla" thing.
    any fixes for this?

  6. After i run the Run Multitouch.Service.Console.exe, i have seen two touch cursors,but somehow both is not able to do clicking function anymore,and i can't continue after that.

  7. I would like to try CCV with two Wacom Grafik tablets.
    Is this possible?

    You know a Grafiktablet have about 1024 preasure levels.
    Do you think I can get them to work with CCV too?

    My propose is multibplayer drawing on one gigantig LED TV

  8. 3.4 If the mouse is still generating events too (the mouse pointer is visible and moving whenever you move one of your mice), then you need to start "Multitouch.Configuration.WPF.­exe", select "MultipleMice" and click on "Configure device", and enable the only checkbox in the window that appears.
    I did not test TUIO.

  9. 3.2 Start "Multitouch.Service.Console.ex­e" (see the video for the expected output. After that step your mouse might not work any more (the transparent one you see in the video only works after the next step). So you should be prepared to do the following steps with the keyboard. (I used Alt+TAB to go to the Desktop, end the cursor keys to start shortcuts).

  10. I logged in as Administrator on my Windows 7 machine.
    When I run "Install driver.cmd". I get " 'Install' is not recognized as an external or internal command message. Anybody had that problem?

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