Intel R Hd Graphics 520 Windows 10 Driver there. Since switching to Windows Insider builds on this Onda V891W(Version 1) Tablet (Intel Atom Z3000 Series based) the touch screen does either work erratically or not at all. Silvercrest Usb Video Grabber Driver Windows 10. Installing Onda provided touch screen drivers results in a touch screen registering touches in the wrong place, as if X and Y axis were mixed up and the screen resolution were lower than it really is (real resolution is; correctly recognized by Windows). During the last few weeks I've collected quite a bunch of Silead touch drivers, both from Onda and other OEMs, but - while they can be installed just fine, none of these do correct this erratic behavior. Other users (as can be seen searching the web) appear to have the same problem even when not running a regular, non-preview build of Windows 10. De-installing the vendor provided erratic driver or just waiting a day while keeping the erratic driver installed, Windows Update claims to have installed an updated (Windows Update Catalog ) driver. While the install is reported as 'successful', in reality the driver is not installed at all (Device Manager either does show a yellow warning sign and no driver installed and touch screen not registering any touches, or continues to lists the old, erratic driver).
Subsequent WU runs again claim having successfully installed the missing driver: I've downloaded the driver in question from the Windows Update Catalog and was able to force its install, but this just results in another version of a erratic touch screen behavior. I've reported this behavior using Windows Feedback some time ago, but this is still broken, leaving me with a tablet without touch. Hi Drahnier, Thanks for posting your query on Microsoft Community and we apologize for delay in response. This issue might occur due to some driver conflict.