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Assuming the CD/DVD driive is working correctly, it sounds like your have a bad install disk. If you have access to another computer, check to see if the install disk is recongnized on it.
If you need to get a new install disk, go to http://www.wacom.com/productsupport/ to contact Wacom. If you have the receipt you can work with them to get a replacement disk for Bamboo craft. If you can, you might go back to the vendor and ask for a replacement.
Listen up kiddos! I had this same problem and I was troubleshooting....apparently you have to make sure you uninstall the old drivers first and delete the directory entirely, before reinstalling the software. So, UNPLUG THE TABLET! This is the part that screwed me up... then go to start > all programs > tablet > uninstall. Run the wizard, restart, go to my computer > local disk drive > program files and delete the Genius Tablet folder. Then, install the drivers again, reboot, THEN and ONLY THEN, should you plug your tablet back in.
Google for: PF1209 Mac driver (you may add UC-Logic, Genius, Pentagram, Trust)
and find the OLDEST available driver. It should be a .pkg file after extracting.
Install it (it should be the v.1.0 control panel) and then you may install the recent v.1.24.2 driver over it.
It is still a bad written chinese PPC code conflicting with some applications but it works in the meantime.
While the whole planet slides down on the windoze-skit
- I'm waiting for a real Mac driver too ;o)
I did solve it myself. Having downloaded the new drivers off the Wacom website, I hadn't realised they were still sitting on my desktop waiting to be installed. Once I found the folder and opened and installed it everything worked fine!
Here are the steps that you need to take to fix your issue:
1. Uninstall the current Wacom driver via the Macintosh HD on your desktop--->go into the Applications folder and then the Pen Tablet folder and click on "remove tablet". Once you have done the removal you will want to run a "repair disk permissions on your Macintosh HD.
2. The repair disk permissions can be done via the utilities folder on your Mac HD. Go to "disk utility" and then run it. In that program select the Mac HD and choose "repair disk permissions".
3. After that is completed you will get a message that says permissions repair complete!
At this time you will want to reboot your computer.
4. After rebooting you will want to go and install the latest driver from Wacom's website, www.wacom.com The most current driver is 5.08-2 for the Graphire 3 tablet.