TSCOM - Touchscreen Drivers/Utilities Installation ****************************************************************** Version 184.108.40.206 for Windows CE .NET 4.0 (CEPC:x86) ---- NOTE: Remove old/other version before install. Version 3.0.x.x for Windows CE 3.0 Version 4.0.x.x for Windows CE .NET 4.0 Version 4.1.x.x for Windows CE .NET 4.1 Version 4.2.x.x for Windows CE .NET 4.2 ---- 1. Run Platform Builder. 2. Open your platform. 3. Removing the Touchscreen Feature from your platform. . Choose the TSCOM feature group in the FeatureView window. (Touchscreen|TSCOM) . Right-click, and then choose Delete. 4. Removing the Touchscreen Feature from the Catalog . From the File menu, choose Manage Catalog Features. . Select tswcecom.cec from the list. . Click on the Remove button and then choose Yes. . Click on the Refresh button to update the Catalog. . Click on the OK button. 5. Removing C:\TSWCECOM directory. INSTALLATION Step 1: Unzip TSWCECOM_V4033.zip to C:\TSWCECOM directory. Step 2: Setting the number of the COM Port of which the TouchScreen Controller to use. . Use Text Editor to modify the tswcecom.reg file in the C:\TSWCECOM directory. . Modify the value of "Port" to the number of the COM Port of which the TouchScreen Controller to use. ---- NOTE: Normally, the number of the COM Port are defined as following: Serial Port 1 of hardware (3F8) = "COM1" Serial Port 2 of hardware (2F8) = "COM2" Serial Port 3 of hardware (3E8) = "COM3" Serial Port 4 of hardware (2E8) = "COM4" ... If your pltform using the Debuger/Download via Serial Port, the number of the COM Port will be chenged as following: Serial Port 1 of hardware (3F8) = FOR DEBUGER ONLY Serial Port 2 of hardware (2F8) = "COM1" Serial Port 3 of hardware (3E8) = "COM2" Serial Port 4 of hardware (2E8) = "COM3" ... In this case, if the TouchScreen Controller useing Serial Port 2 of hardware, the value of "Port" must set to 1 ("Port"=dword:1). ---- Step 3: Run Platform Builder. Step 4: Importing the Touchscreen Feature to the Catalog. . From the File menu, choose Manage Catalog Features. . Select Import. . In the Import Catalog Features dialog box, locate to C:\TSWCECOM directory. . Select the tswcecom.cec file and then choose Open. . Choose the Refresh button to update the Catalog. . Choose OK. . The TSCOM feature group appears in the Catalog (Touchscreen|TSCOM). Step 5: Open/create your platform. Step 6: Adding the Touchscreen Feature from the Catalog to your platform. . Choose the TSCOM feature group from the Catalog window (Touchscreen|TSCOM). . Right-click, and then choose Add to Platform. Step 7: Resolving the Touchscreen Features. . Choose the TSCOM feature group in the FeatureView window. (Touchscreen|TSCOM) . Right-click, and then choose Resolve Feature(s). . The Resolve Features dialog box appears. . Choose the TSCOM feature group, checked all feature options, and then choose OK. Step 8: Click on Build Platform icon to build and make image. Step 9: Download the OS Image to your target device. Normally, the following messages will shows in the Debug window when CE booting: TSWCECOM: Driver Version 220.127.116.11 TSWCECOM: Detecting [TS] device on COM1... TSWCECOM: TouchScreen found on COM1:. TSWCECOM: Calibration(X,Y)=(0,0)/(1023,1023)/(1024,1024) TSWCECOM: Device IO Control Test ... Pass CONFIGURATION Use Text Editor to modify the tswcecom.reg file in the C:\TSWCECOM directory. For more information about configuration, read the remark lines in the tswcecom.reg file. After modify and save, rebuild and make OS image. CALIBRATION To calibrate the touchscreen, run \Windows\TSWCECCP.EXE ---- NOTE: The calibration values are stored in the Registry. Windows CE saves the Registry in RAM, which is volatile, the updates to the Registry are lose upon subsequent boot-up. To avoid re-calibration each time boot-up, use the Hive-based Registry feature to stores registry data inside files(hives), which can be kept on any file system. For more detail information about the Hive-based Registry, refer to Platform Builder Help. ---- UTILITIES To change feedback sound, run \Windows\TSWCECCT.EXE To enable right-button function manually, run \Windows\TSWCECRB.EXE ----------------- END OF FILEDownload Driver Pack
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