Posted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 1:42 pm Post subject: Portege M200 troubles
Hello Tablet PC Talk forumers!
I have to admit, I've never experienced graphic tablets or any other similar devices (including the simplest touch-screen devices) so I still consider it a new-era technologies.
I've been lucky enough to find Toshiba Portege M200. After googling I found out it was a tablet PC.
After googling and working on it a bit more (without any internet connection with the device itself) I've installed new nvidia drivers (FX Go5200 32m), reinstalled the OS so it became a Tablet PC Edition (It was quite hard to find the working version on the Internet), cracked the activation (since I didn't want to connect it to the Internet) and so on.
Now I'm meeting two problems:
1. How do I flip the desktop while changing the device to a tablet mode (by switching monitor position so the device looks flat) ?
2. I see, the digital pen (or how is this device called?) is lost so which pen should I buy so It will work? Do I have to buy Toshiba specific pen or it can be any other digital pen?
3. Tell me if I am right or not: Simply touching the screen with my finger [aka the touch screen device] won't affect at all, right? I think so because all of my attempts to influent the desktop icons by poking them with my finger failed.
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