It's not vista - I have the same problem in photoshop and I'm using Windows XP - I've had this tablet for 2 years and never had a problem with it until I started using photoshop. My whole computer locks up sometimes when I'm using magnetic lasso. Is there a conflict between the tablet and photoshop?
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ok i installed ALL the updates i found in the wacom drivers section of the site from the older to the newest and no double clicking problems or driver not working properly came up.so this seems the right way to solve tablet problems
I have encountered this message a few times, usually if I have tried to plug'n'play the tablet. A restart with the tablet connected usually fixes it for me, but I would suggest removing the driver and software and reinstalling them, making sure you have the most up-to-date version- freely available from wacom.co.uk (though I note you have the latest versions so just reinstall those).
I think, however, your problem might be something to do with the following note from wacom:
Do you know if you are running a 64-bit setup? There may be a workaround even if you are, so do let us know.
I just had the same problem. I usually try to install the drivers before using/plugging in any peripheral.
However, page 4 of the Quick Start guide suggests that the first step should be plugging in your tablet. The hardware will be detected and installed as a Human Interface Device (HID). Then you should install the drivers, and the problem should go away (if you have the same problem I did).
Summary: plug in the tablet first before installing the driver.
I was having the same problems, it only occurred when i updated the tablet driver to v. 5.2.1-6. So i've downgraded to the one that came with my graphire3 (tablet driver v. 5.2.0) ...hope this helps
Wacom Driver v. 5.2.0 for Graphire3
I also use Intuos 3 tablet, did you already try replacing the tip and reconfiguring the pen to the screen? You can find this in the driver software, it synchronizes the pen and tablet. If you already tried that, does the problem only occur in Photoshop? Also, check your brush preferences, you can go back to your default settings and see. If talking to Wacom fails, you might have a bad pen or tablet.