Fire up Device Manager and make it's not complaining about any of the driver. The touchscreen looks like a USB device to the computer and it's likely showing an exclamation point.
No, that should be a bluetooth device or maybe the underlying driver for bluetooth support. On the Switch 12 I'm on right now, the touchscreen is under Human Interface Devices and it's underlying USB device is a generic USB. You might try just uninstalling the touchscreen device then reboot and allow the OS to put it back in...
Great! I love it when it works.
Could you mark the topic as solved? That way others with the same question will be pointed here...
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