Nov 7, 2010 at 8:58 PM
Edited Nov 9, 2010 at 9:09 PM
I've just registered to confirm I've followed these instructions and I've got it to work. Thanks for the help guys.
I'm running on Windows 7 64-bit.
To confirm, I downloaded the "unisofthid_amd64.cat" file and replaced the original in the driver folder of the Multitouch
folder. Then I installed the driver (after uninstalling the last one). Now each time I use the program, I load up a command prompt, and type in "Multitouch.Driver.Console" at the location of the Multitouch folder, but I don't press enter to start
Instead, I go back to the Multitouch folder and run the "Multitouch.Service.Console" application. The mouse will stop working for a couple of seconds, then I press alt-tab to go to the command window I opened earlier (since clicking on stuff stops
working), and I press Enter to run the Multitouch.Driver.Console application. Then it will start working.
1) Download unisofthid_amd64.cat and replace the original version of this file (in my case it was located at "MultiTouchVista_-_second
2) Load up a command window.
3) Run the Multitouch.Service.Console program
4) Use the keyboard to the command window and to run the Multitouch.Driver.Console application.
UPDATE : I tried this the following day and this no longer works. It turns out the Multitouch.Configuration.WPF application doesn't seem to save configuration settings. I went back into the settings for this and checked that checkbox again, and then ran
the Service.Console and then Driver.Console and it worked again.
I assume the developers will eventually have a program with an installer and all that? Is it being worked on? I think this program could have great potential now that people are developing for windows phone 7. It might be worth charging a few pounds for
the program. That could act as the incentive to make improvements to the installation and running of the program!