This package installs a device driver in Microsoft Windows XP or 2000 for the Elo touch panel.
This update requires approximately 1MB of space on your hard disk (drive C).
Print this file so that you can refer to it during the installation.
Downloading the update
Click the file link to download the file from the Web page.
When prompted, select a drive and directory in which to save the downloaded file.
NOTE: You must have administrator access rights on your Windows XP or Windows 2000 system to install USB Tool for Windows. You must also have administrator access rights to run the touchscreen control panel and video alignment applications.
Installing the update
Click Start, select Search, then click All files and folders.
Type 913z07us.exe in the search field, then click Search. This will locate the 913z07us.exe file you just downloaded.
Double-click the 913z07us.exe icon.
Click Next. Read the license agreement.
Click I accept the terms in the license agreement.
Ensure "Save files in folder" is set to C:\IBMTOOLS\DRIVERS\913Z07US.
Click the Start button, then click the Control Panel icon, double-click the System icon, click the Hardware tab, then click Device Manager.
In the Device Manager, right-click on USB Human Interface Device, and then click on Properties, click the Driver tab, click Update Driver, and click Next. Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)", and click Next.
Remove the check from "Search removeable media (floppy, CD-ROM...)" and select "Include this location in the search".
Type the location C:\IBMTOOLS\DRIVERS\913Z07US\sw500756 in the search field and click Browse.
Click Next. Once the Elo TouchSystems USB Touchmonitor Interface driver has been detected, click Next.
Wait while driver files are copied to your computer.
NOTE: The alignment application, elova.exe, included in the files extracted to the directory C:\IBMTOOLS\DRIVERS\913Z07US\sw500756, must be used manually to align cursor movement with point of touch.