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My tablet looks like it's working but it's not

I just got a new tablet (i've own one before) I installed it, and i got no problems with it, but, even thou the led is working and it changes from blue to green when clicking, the pointer doesn't move, it just does nothing! i don't know if there's a problem with the prev. tablet's drive (it was a graphire3) but i really want to know if there's anything i can do.

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Re: my tablet looks like it's working but it's not

It's likely that the drivers are getting mixed up on the computer. If the New one works with a different computer, you have yourself a driver clash. In that case the best thing to do is to uninstall the graphire 3 driver from your computer and download and install the latest driver for your tablet from the wacom site.

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