Recently, I encountered a problem: when I use a touchscreen display, the touch function is mapped to my large screen, not the secondary screen, but the touchscreen is actually on the secondary screen. What should I do to solve this problem?
First of all, it should be clear that the misaligned touch screen is not a hardware problem, but a software configuration problem, and Windows offers a perfect solution:
Step 1: Open the control panel
There are many ways to open the control panel in windows10:
For example, right click on the network icon in the lower right corner — open Network and Internet Settings — change adapter Settings — and click on the control panel in the upper left
Or right-click on a blank area of the desktop – Personalization – Themes – slide down to desktop icon Settings – check Control Panel to the desktop
Step 2: Click on your Tablet Settings in the Control Panel
Step 3: Click the “Settings” button next to “Configure your pen and touch display” under “Configuration”
Step 3: The screen will automatically display a message, and you wait until the message is displayed on your actual touch screen monitor, then tap the screen, and the app save will be calibrated
This is the solution to the mismatch between touch screen and display.