Ah-ha. Something related. I have Win 7 Home Premium installed. I have the BIOS updated to support the broadcom crystalhd accelerator to work in the full sized PCIe slot.
If I have the Broadcom enabled in device manager and restart the computer, the computer hangs on a black screen after the initial windows logo. If I disable the broadcom, then it boots fine but no accelerator (as expected).
if I boot while it is disabled then later enable the Broadcom, then the Lenovo S10-3t touchscreen is disabled. I loose the touchscreen capabilities. Yet, I do get acceleration.
It seems that I can't have the touchscreen and the broadcom enabled at the same time. In addition, if both are enabled at boot, Windows won't start. This problem may be worse than Windows 7 Home Starter since Home Premium has full touchscreen capabilities.