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Awesome job! It looks great!
Did you set your Windows 10 to tablet mode?
BIOS version and date
BIOS version and date in photo above, I can't access BIOS without a physical keyboard for the control panel and I don't have one available at the moment.
I will check mine tonight. I can confirm the USB touchscreen has worked from day 1 and I definetly didn't have the issues you are experiencing.
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Depending on your use case, if everything is browser based a Raspberry Pi may do the trick. I've also been tempted to try the Kangaroo Mini PC or a variety of PC sticks. I recently saw a Lenovo Windows 10 PC stick for around $70 USD but it's unconfirmed if it'll work.
I wish I had an answer for you. The touchscreen I purchased has worked fine for well over a year now. My mini pc came with Windows 8 even though I use W10 now. I wonder if that has an effect?
Have you reached out to the touchscreen supplier to see if they have any advice?
32 bit os W10 Home, x64 processor
You can try checking in Device Manager, under HID (human interface devices), and see if there's a hid compliant touchscreen listed there. Try disable and re ebable, or possibly remove it completely, reboot and see what will does does when the USB screen is plugged in.I'm using Windows 10 and the touchscreen works, I use W10 in tablet mode.
I can confirm that I'm using the desktop OS, Smarttiles works just in a browser.
I have moved on to using the SmartTiles web browser app with Samsung Smartphone ecosystem. It's been working really well with this setup.
I just had it in my cabinet and it had the ability to bond glass to metal (LCD edge is metal). I think it may have been called Weld Bond but I don't have it anymore so I can't double check.I would Google LCD adhesive and use that if I had the chance to redo it. It's like a double sided tape used for tablets and phone screens.
I used hot glue with mixed results for circuit board.I used Velcro with adhesive backing for usb hub, it worked great.
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Stock Windows 10 calendar sync'd with a family email. Google keep for lists. Homegenie for the automation portion.I'm evaluating Home Assistant at the moment and will likely move over to that.
It would certainly be simpler in terms of components for the touch functions, its the bezel that might take some extra thought depending on the look your going for in your house. I can say I certainly toyed with the idea originally for build simplicity but went with the separate components for various reasons (flexibility, size & cost and what was available at the time)
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