Wipe it off. Use
a microfiber cloth if possible. (this did not fix it either)
the screen for pen or touch inputfrom the
task bar and select the top result. Hit the Setupbutton
and follow the prompts. ( This fixed it!, it appears I had to re-designate the surface screen as a touch screen. Perhaps the update un-designated it as a touch screen)
managerfrom the task bar and select the top
result. Select Monitors and
right click on the name of your monitor. If one of the menu items is enable, choose
number four above, but this time choose Update
driver softwarefrom the right-click menu.
I recalibrated the screen afterwards for touch and pen input just to be on the safe side, but it appeared to not be needed.
Thanks for the help guys!
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