Until mid 2012 we had a license agreement with ITM such that they could supply our driver with their touch devices. Depending on the version of the driver supplied the device will be listed as 'ITM, LG, USB' or just 'USB'. However in mid 2012 LG switched to using a different touch screen on these monitors and our agreement with ITM was cancelled as they were no longer supplying in bulk to LG.
Although we are unsure of the supplier to LG of the new touch screen we can see that when viewing the device properties of the touch device it is reported as being manufactured by Reakin, model number TS2009F, USB vendor id of 16FD and product id of D091 so we have added support in our driver for this device which is called 'Reakin, TS2009F, USB'. The new touch screen is HID compatible and as such should work with the HID driver in Windows 7 once calibrated using the Tablet PC option in the Windows control panel. Under XP the touch will work but may be uncalibrated.
Examples of how to view the device properties are here; Windows, Mac, Linux.
The confusion arises in that in some cases the old driver is being supplied with the new touch screen, or users are replacing / repairing LG monitors and receiving the new touch screen and wondering why the UPDD driver no longer functions.
The final version 4.1.10 driver we supplied to ITM can be downloaded from here:
This works for windows XP through to Windows 7. Please note that LG seem to still be shipping UPDD 4.1.6. This is quite an old version and has an issue when uninstalled on Windows 7 as described in our Windows driver documentation:
Very important note: With any UPDD version 4.x.x prior to 4.1.8 the uninstall process removes the UPDD entries from the Program Manager menu from the low level updd menu item entry back thro’ the program Manager tree until an error is issued that the top level menu items cannot be removed. Under Win 7 no such error is issued and custom user icons are removed from the high level menu. A system restore is needed to restore the icons. Therefore, please avoid using the automatic uninstall on Window 7 unless using UPDD 4.1.8 or above.
Should you require an upgrade to the ITM driver, such as to UPDD version 5 that supports Windows 8, we can offer an upgrade cost of 50% discount on our published prices. Prices for drivers for the new touch device are as published.
To support either device in systems whereby the HID driver does not correctly support the touch device (i.e. Win XP, Mac OS X, Linux, CE, Solaris etc) you are likely to require drivers which we can supply. Trial drivers for either device is available from our download centre.
Finally, to confuse things further, the touch screen used on the Dell ST2220T monitor is listed as a LG, Multi-touch, USB device and this is a totally different touch device altogether. We do offer drivers for this device which we list as 'Dell, ST2220T, USB'.
Mar 12, 2020 Touch Base UPDD Driver v5.1.1483: Touch Base Driver X86. TouchBaseDriverx86 version 5.1.1483 ( Posted: 9/14/2016, Filesize: 17,696 KB ).NOTE: The Microsoft Inbox Touch driver is best touch driver to use, however if special features like touch sound, click modes and other touch options use Touch Base Touch driver. The UPDD driver supports a great number of pointer devices, mainly touchscreen, whiteboards and pen. Our driver is utilised when native touch support in current operating systems does not offer the functionality required or does not support old legacy devices or you may have a custom requirement that can be achieved with our driver. Touch Base UPDD Driver version 06.00.555 production ( Posted:, Filesize: 27.9 MB ).NOTE: The Microsoft Inbox Touch driver is best touch driver to use, however if special features like touch sound, click modes and other touch options use Touch Base Touch driver. Yes, get the touch base driver. I ordered the driver for T272HL via Dawkeys but it did not work and it was version 5 (dated) driver. So they sent me T272HUL driver (version 6) instead and got it working. The touch screen, on the other hand, uses the N-Trig DuoSense (DS-4196) digitizer which is currently unsupported by Touch-Base (VID: 1B96 PID: 0001). I did not get the chance to check the other drivers listed on the Touch-Base site, but I figure it will be a no go since the one in the Surface Pro 3 is listed as unsupported.
In our early days we developed driver software for DOS, Windows 3.1 and OS/2. Microsoft then released 95, 98 and NT and at the same time white papers were published about future driver standards and requirements and also the support for plug and play and HID class devices. Taking into account the emerging driver standards and aware of the functionality we wanted to offer in our drivers we set about designing the driver we distribute today called UPDD. This stands for Universal Pointer Device Driver and refers to the fact that the driver is available for many operating systems and supports nearly all known touch controllers ever manufactured.
Since the initial design in 2000 we have maintained and updated the driver to support new operating systems, new touch devices and new functionality - details of which are available elsewhere on this web site. Version 4 of the driver, launched mid 2006, merged the drivers and utility programs across all operating systems under one cross platform development environment offering the same software across all major operating systems.
The main features of the latest UPDD driver are as follows:
Touch Base Updd Driver Download
- Cross operating system platform compatibility
- Common look and feel across all operating systems
- Multi language support for all utility programs
- Language support tool to easily add support for new languages
- Multi device support per system (unlimited)
- Multi monitor support per system (unlimited)
- Functionally rich - many useful touch features
- Built in touch extensions/utilities
- Touch Toolbars to invoke system services
- Supports 100s of touch devices
- Easy to configure support for new devices
- Windows WHQL approval when submitted to Microsoft
- Comprehensive Application Programmers Interface (API)
- Multi-touch support
- Gesture recognition
UPDD driver is distributed by many touch manufacturers and system integrators to support their touch products.
As an end user we can build and supply a driver to support your touch hardware in use for most operating systems.
As a touch manufacturer we can supplier an OEM version of the driver for distribution with your touch products.
As a system integrator, possibly utilising touch hardware from a variety of touch suppliers, we can supply a single driver to support all touch hardware in current use extendable to support new touch products as they come to market.
In addition to our driver offering we also make available, free of charge, a fully comprehensive software development kit (SDK). Traditional touch usage has been through mouse emulation and this remains the case with most commonly used desktop operating systems. However, in some circumstances mouse emulation is not the best interface and the UPDD SDK allows programs, via the UPDD Application Programmers Interface (API), to directly interface with the driver (and therefore the touch hardware) to cater for those situations where mouse emulation is not suitable.
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Whatever your touch driver requirement we believe that UPDD will satisfy your needs.