The first thing you have to do is upgrade your Windows from version 8.0 to 8.1. Version 8.0 just has too many bugs plus it shouldn't automatically update anymore Check this MS page out.
Install the latest Windows 8 1 Update Windows Help
Here are the bare bones manual installation steps from the page:
Install the update manually
Make sure your PC is plugged in and connected to the Internet using a non-metered connection. Don't disconnect, unplug, or turn off your PC while the update is being installed.
Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap
Settings, and then tap Change PC settings.
(If you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right
corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up,
click Settings, and then click Change PC
Tap or click Update and recovery, and then tap or click
Tap or click Check now.
If updates are found, tap or click View details.
In the list of updates, select the update containing
KB 2919355, and then tap or click Install.
If you're prompted for an administrator password or
confirmation, enter the password or provide
After the installation is complete, restart your PC and
Note: If you don't see KB 2919355 in the list of available updates, you might be missing one or more required updates. Follow the previous steps to check for updates, install all important updates, particularly KB 2919442, restart your PC, and then check for KB 2919355 again.
Once you successfully update to Windows 8.1 we can tackle your Wacom products. There have been plenty of documented problems getting the Wacom Intuos Drivers working in Windows 8.x. Just google on "Wacom Intuos Driver Windows 8.1"
First get the latest Intuos driver version from the Wacom website.
I couldn't find any separate drivers for the Wacom mouse