Question about Graphics Tablets
I have a MacAlly IceCad USB Graphics Tablet and a Windows Vista. I was wondering what I could do to make the tablet work on my PC.
Unfortuantely MacAlly doesn't provide windows drivers.
There might be a couple of options left to you though.
1.) you can try to look for what are called 3rd party drivers(That is drivers that have been written by someone in your same situation and then provided free on the web)
2.) If you happen to have the "Ultimate" edition of Vista, it has code in it that allows Windows to execute Unix/Linux code natively
since OS/X is essentially a "Highly modified form of BSD" a form of Unix this Might allow you to execute the driver routines for the Mac
Hope you find this information Useful
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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