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thark
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 6:50 pm    Post subject: tecra m7 tablet pc buttons Reply with quote

I just installed Vista 64 bit onto my Tecra M7, and I discovered that the tablet pc buttons and joystick at the bottom of the tablet are no longer assignable through the tablet pc settings. All of the buttons are labelled @tabsb.dll'-6, @tabsb.dll,-5, @tabsb.dll,-4, and so on. I have updated my bios to 3.50, and I have downloaded the toshiba value added pack, but when I launch it I get the error ID_ERR_NOTINSTALLVALZ_MESSAGE because the value pack is for x86 32 bit operating systems. Does any one know a work around this? I have tried a satellite 64 bit value added pack. It loaded up just fine, but the buttons are still non-configurable. Any body find a fix to this?
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2009 11:04 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The M700 drivers for 64 bit seem to work. The Added Value Pack did not do it. It was the Table PC Extension that did the trick.
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