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Tablet clicks without touching

My tablet seems to be hyper sensitive? Any motion made over the tablet (within its range) causes it to click. The instructions don't seem to cover anything on sensitivity settings, and uninstalling/ reinstalling the drivers hasn't worked thus far.

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    blackout_200 Jan 08, 2013

    Also, the tablet is a ten inch Monoprice, and the computer runs Windows 7.

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i had the exact same problems with my graphire4 pen.
take a tool to remove the tip of the pen. just blow inside the pen, put the tip back and press it in back but not too hard. works like magic!

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SOURCE: The pressure sensitivity on my tablet won't work at all.

I'm pretty sure that if it's not your hardware that's at fault, that it's the driver. my own tablet has a driver that will install automatically, but it doesn't support the pressure sensitivity. Make sure you download the driver for your tablet model from the manufacturer's website, that should enable the sensitivity.

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