I SEEM TO HAVE 'NO INK' IN MY TABLET PC INPUT PANEL PROGRAM
I have a pre-installed version of Tablet PC on my HP Pavilion DV9925nr, with Windows Home Premium SP1 64 bit, (I bought my computer about a month ago). I'm using my Wacom Graphire 4 drawing/pen tablet which works great with my Corel, Photoshop, PhotoPerfect, etc. It’s the board I used when I first tried the ‘Tablet PC’ option and everything worked fine. But after working the first few times, I tried it again a few weeks ago on the 'on-screen' slide-out input panel, it stopped! Like I said, it worked fine when I first tried it, and then about 2 weeks ago, I tried it again and the pen acts as if it's out of ink. All the other functions work, (such as the keyboard, typing, etc), but no more writing. I presently am waiting in limbo for Microsoft's tech to return my emails on the results of all her suggestions, (none of which worked), and system restore is not an option, (long story). Any suggestions out there?
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In the programs that don't work, check your ink settings. Mine kept going to white until I got them set to black as default.
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NO OS stated, how can any one help lacking what windows this is
XP, W7,8/10" what?
sound dead, on internal speakers, that it?
first remove all usb devices, for sure USB HEAD PHONES!
the HP software is missing,, someone deleted that.
I bet its a pure software problem
and wrong drivers loaded. ever try HP drivers from REAL HP.com>?
this PC is as old as 2007 , 10 years old.
get the driver now, and not miss out when HP deletes them.
here is your driver page, seems it's visa new.
If you have Windows XP tablet PC Edition 2005 installed on it, you can use the Wacom Pen to enter text instesd of type it.
On Windows XP tablet PC Edition 2005, there is an Input panel Icon on the tray bar, usually to the left, close to the Start button. Use the pen to click the Input Panel. When it opens showing you a black line on yellowish backround you can start using the pen as if it were on paper. Depending on the pen input setting it will insert automatically or waits for you to press the insert button. However for the converted text to be inserted you need to have a text editing software open (Word Pad for example.)
If when you open the input panel you see a keyboard you can change that to handwriting (continuous line) or typing separate letters.
The computer can be taught to recognize your handwriting: You will need to practice. You might have to download and install the relevant ink recognition package for your language. Look for it on the Microsoft tablet PC page.
Calibrate the touch screenThe
command buttons and fields are displayed on the screen image at
specific pixel points. To initiate a response, the touch screen
interface needs to recognize exactly where a fingertip or pen touches
the screen relative to the pixel position of the display. Each user has
a slightly different hand-eye coordination response. Calibrating the
touch screen allows the interface to compensate between where the
program is expecting a touch and where the touch actually occurs.
To calibrate the touch screen, place the tablet notebook in the desired orientation and do the following actions.
Click or tap Start > Control Panel > Tablet PC Settings
to open the Table PC Settings window.
On the General tab, select the option to display the menus in either the Right-handed
On the General tab, select the desired screen orientation
from the drop-down menu, and click or tap Calibrate
. Follow the instruction to touch the screen at the specified points.
Repeat this calibration action for all four of the screen orientations, then click or tap Apply
On the Handwriting Recognition tab, select the Use the handwriting personalization
At a later time, you can return to review the Go to Pen and Input Devices
and Go to Input Panel Settings
options to make using the touch screen to control programs and input text easier and more accurate.
Compare your version of the firmware to the latest one at HP offical site HERE
There is a couple of things you can do. First you can try if you see the icon or can find the program is to go into the properties and choose compatibility and choose run this program in compatibility mode for, windows xp, That should work....If not you can try this too
Choose Start > All Programs > Accessories. 2. Right-click the Command icon, choose Run As Administrator, and authenticate. 3. Navigate to Windows\System32. 4. At the prompt, type regsvr32 jscript.dll and press Enter. 5. When a dialog box with the message "DllRegisterServer in jscript.dll succeeded" appears, click OK.