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I can't get right proportion in X/Y axis in my Acad with DBIII

If I get 4 points from perfect circle on this Drawing board, the result in Autocad 2002 is alway oval either in X or Y axis. Can you help? many thanks.

PS : I have installed the latest driver (it run automatically) looks like success but the result is still the same.

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Run the tablet command in acad and configure/calibrate it. should fix it

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