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.
NEVER use system restore unless you have already tried malware scans, spyware scans, virus scans AND registry repair programs to fix software related problems. It is a LAST RESORT ONLY, just like FORMAT C.
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I am assuming you want to know how to install a new home launcher on an Android device (phone/tablet). There are many good ones that can make your old phone or tablet seem like a totally new experience if you're bored with the same old one. Most offer free versions and have, for usually a few dollars, a paid version. They often refer to these as Pro, Donate, Plus, or other names. Just search the Google play store (or any other app store you have access to) with the device and install it. If you're downloading the installer file separately then let me know and I can walk you through the steps necessary.
Do a search on the android app store of your choice (Google Play, AppBrain, Amazon App Store, etc) and install the one you want.
After the installation is complete you will be prompted for an action upon pressing the Home key on your device. You will have to choose to always use the option you choose or just this once. Depending on your version of Android you will have a little checkbox or two buttons labled "Always" and "Just This Once." After that just set up your new home launcher how you like.
If you want to get back to your old one without uninstalling the new one then go to the Settings menu (for the device, not for the launcher). Open the "Application Settings" and find the launcher. Click/touch on it and find a button labled "Clear Defaults" and press it. Finally just press the Home key and you'll be promted to choose the launcher you wish to use.
If the computer originally came with Windows XP pre-installed, there should be a decal on the side-panel of the tower, or maybe the back-panel, stating the 25-character product-key. Is there?
Sometimes, the manufacturer customized the Windows XP product, so that their version could be installed _without_ asking for a product-key -- the modified software will _only_ install on hardware made by the manufacturer. Contact the manufacturer, and order a set of "System Restore" CDs; probably about $20, plus $20 for overnight-courier.
Before (unfortunately!) you started the re-install process, you could have extracted the product-key from the installed copy of Windows, using the free 'PRODUKEY' software.
Microsoft has a program whereby they will give a license to install Windows to any computer donated to a school. Contact Microsoft, or search their web-site for details.
this may be because some of the files linked with the Ink got deleted. since it is bundled with vista I recommend you to restore your computer to a date some what nearer to last time you used that feature.
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