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Driver Gliches, Driver bugs,,,

OK i bought TB 7300,,, and i tried all drivers i cold find on net. The same problem still pulls on,,, sometimes i cant reach the upper edge of my screen and even if the pen fixes after some time, one line on the uper edge where usualy are the tools in photo shop like brush options and other stuff is almoust inmposible to hit becouse when i want to select them the pointer jumps a cantimeter on the screen in one shot! even if i move it one bit the pen jumps!!!!!

Somone has eny solutions?

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  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    Well.. i am an electronic freak,,, BUT unfortunately my tablet is under warranty,,, so no touching ~,~! 
    I figured it was that cind of thing, but i had some other problems to, my tablet is not able to go sometimes untill the end of my screen upper corner of it as almost as one part of my tablet is dead,


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Hi, Sinisaculic!
I had the same problems you describe. I managed to narrow it down to two horizontal and three vertical lines crossing which made the cursor jump. At first I thought it might be a driver problem or a clash with other drivers (graphics card etc.) on my system, but NO: it is simply a hardware fault, a loose connection !!  1.) Open the tablet by unscrewing the back. Take care with the USB cable. 2.) Peel back the three stripes of black tape over the flat connectors at the top.  3.) Open the "locks" of the connectors (gently pull back the black braces from the white connectors and lift them slightly up)  4.) "Smoothen" the green A4-size sheets with the criss-cross circuits on them out so they lie completely flat and match up with the positioning pins at the sides. 5.) Gently push the connecting bridges of the sheets into the flat connectors as far as possible.  6.) Close the locking braces of the connectors again.  7.) Test-conncect the tablet to the computer and try - the jumping should have gone!!!!  8.) Re-assemble!  9.) DONE (hopefully on yours as well!)

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