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Hi Dears


I have a surface pro 3, recently i 've installed windows 10 pro on my device.

everything goes well since i upgraded it wrong with windows 10 enterprise that my windows didn't active

so i clean install a windows 8.1 pro on my device.

since i did this installation touch screen of my device did not work well

sometimes works well but it does not respond to my touches usually

i installed all surface drivers that exist in microsoft site

i guess that this problem causes firmware does not installed


please help me


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