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How can I recalibrate the Vegas touch screen?

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Guest welshyx

I know i really shouldn't be starting a new topic for this but i have used the search function to no avail!

I've used this guide http://android.modaco.com/topic/343153-how-tos-fix-a-non-responsive-touchscreen-wrongly-calibrated-touchscreen/

But i keep on getting stuck at step 4 my i get "error: no device connected" in ADB i have also tried updating drivers and everyone says about Paul's driver package but i'll be damned if i can find any links what so ever.

Basically i just want to attempt to recalibrate the screen to find out if it's the actual touch-screen or just a bad calibration. (It does respond which makes me think it's the latter) But it's so bad i can't even navigate through to calibration wizard...

If anyone can offer any kind of assistance I'd be forever indebted to you!

Cheers Welshy!

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Guest richardmlea

Install Vegatools on the PC and use the included Audi (automatic driver installer) to install the correct driver.

Run Vegatools as administrator (right click program icon and choose “run as administrator”.

Click install drivers using AUDI,

In the first box select "I want to install the stock rom using recovery mode,

Then put the Vega into recovery mode (I assume you know how to do this but Vega tools will tell you if not)

When the vega is in recovery mode (Vegatools will tell you) complete the 3 step in box 3 (backup drivers, delete old drivers, install the correct drivers).

ADB will now find the device.

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