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I suggest contacting the manufacturer of your system for the driver update. We have seen many cases when Tablet PCs will require specific drivers that are created by the manufacturer of the system itself.
We do not currently provide drivers for tablet products, and the policy is that users are to obtain drivers for their tablets directly at HP Support, Drivers, Contact and Help Forums | HP® Support
I am not asking for drivers, I am asking for answers. HP is being non-responsive towards our efforts to get decent support for our tablet. Therefore I am asking you guys directly whether is it something that can be fixed through driver updates or whether its a hardware implementation problem. If it can be fixed via driver updates, I will go back to pursuing HP, since with support from Intel who made the platform, maybe they will wake up and do something. If it isn't possible, then I guess it's time to give up and just live with whatever issue we have with this tablet, and just not buy anything from HP anymore, considering their customer support is non-existent.
Tablet PC manufacturers can change or altered any driver according to their system designs. The drivers available for download in our website may differ from those provided by the hardware manufacturers.
Intel recommends that you keep using the drivers provided by the tablet PC