Ok just got done. I did not load the video and wifi drivers because W7 loaded the updated one's. As far as I know the only thing that does not work is the screen rotation but will look into that later...getting a little late.
_______________________________________________ Windows 7 on a CF-19MK1
1 : First thing I did was update the BIOS http://pc-dl.panasonic.co.jp/dl/downloa ... 070207.exe http://pc-dl.panasonic.co.jp/dl/downloa ... Manual.pdf
2 : I then put in W7 CD. I have 2 choices, one is install W7 or check compatibility online. I went online and downloaded “ Windows7 Upgrade Advisor “ which will tell you if you 19 will run W7. Everthing passedbut you must use 32 bit.
3 : Now click “ Install Windows 7 “
4 : Nextclick “ Go online to get the latest updates for installation “
5 : Next upgrade (saves files) or custom (clean install – does not save files) I chose custom install.
6 : About 45 minutes later W7 is installed...
7 : Before Iinstalled any drivers I checked the touchscreen to see if it was working and it was. I used the W7 calibration tool tocalibrate the touchscreen (16 points).This can be found in “Tablet PC setting”
8 : Now to install the drivers.
9 : Install order
Panasonic Misc Driver
TouchpadDriver - restart
HotkeyAppendix Application - restart
Display Rotation Tool Application – restart
Tablet Button Manager Application – restart
Battery Recalibration Application - restart
Asset Tag Entry Application
DMI Viewer Application
LAN Driver –not supported in W7 – do not install
Loupe Utility Application
TPM Driver (use updated driver)
Panasonic Notification Application
PCInformation Viewer Application (use updated driver) – restart
SD SecureDLL Driver
HandWriting – restart
Intel(R) ExtendedThermal Model Driver - not supported in W7 – do notinstallI will update in a couple days. Still a few things I have to work the bugs out of.Update
Two things I am still working on is the front buttons. This seems to be the problem with the CF-19 and W7. The screen rotate and onscreen keyboard buttons do not work.