I posted about this problem on another site, and the guy who was kind enough to offer some help was too technical for my abilities, so I'm hoping someone here may have the answer to my stupidity in language I can understand... So here is a summary of what I did:- I dropped a major faux-pas and flashed my new MID7042 with an 8042 image. I didn't realise initially what I'd done, but the homescreen didn't fit on the screen, and the touchscreen was way out, the active area bearing absolutely no relation to where it was touched. After a little head scratching I realised what I'd done, and subsequently reflashed - with the "proper" image - "coby_ 7042_4.0.3_0.1.img" then coby_7042_4.0.3_dual_ts.img", then back to its non modified original image - "coby_7042_4.0.3.img". In all cases, everything is now working, with the exception of the touchscreen, which is completely unusable - the touchscreen behaviour is quite bizarre - I enabled the touch position confirmation utility in developer tools on the tablet, and I'd struggle to explain quite what it does without posting video (which I don't have!), but:- In landscape mode, there is effectively a dead area across the screen, for about 2/3 of the width, and another one for a third of the height of the remaining third of the screen. When touching the still active part, some of the response is from one end of the screen, some from the other, none from the centre. Also it reverses up/down movement, so all in all, it's impossible to use without a mouse... If I plug a mouse in, it all works as it should. Any help would be very much appreciated! Regards, Will.