Just found my tablet hiding beneath a pile of stuff, and seems someone has lost my installation disk. Is there anywhere I can get the drivers for it? Would be appreciated, short of buying a new tablet when I've got a perfectly good one right here.
Google for: PF1209 Mac driver (you may add UC-Logic, Genius, Pentagram, Trust)
and find the OLDEST available driver. It should be a .pkg file after extracting.
Install it (it should be the v.1.0 control panel) and then you may install the recent v.1.24.2 driver over it.
It is still a bad written chinese PPC code conflicting with some applications but it works in the meantime.
While the whole planet slides down on the windoze-skit
- I'm waiting for a real Mac driver too ;o)
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Hey, I have that tablet, and I still have the CD. It's version V4.03. I think UC-Logic bundles all their drivers in the same install program you can download on their website. It looks like they're on version 5.02 now.
Hi, this is Erik Thau-Knudsen (from Silkeborg, Denmark, by the way) back again. The problem was with the local importer (AGK Nordic), not with the tablet itself. Some googling brought me to the Mac OS X file itself, located at http://www.uc-logic.com/download/driver/OS%20X_PenTablet_Driver1.24.zip.
On the download page http://www.uc-logic.com/download/download_driver.htm, you can find device drivers, written for the following operating systems:
Microsoft Windows 98
Microsoft Windows ME
Microsoft Windows NT
Microsoft Windows 2000
Microsoft Windows XP
Microsoft Windows XP64
Microsoft Windows Vista
Apple Macintosh OS 9
Apple Macintosh OS X
Thank you for your tips, notably about the manufacturer.
hi there, you may have a faulty sensor or a loose wire on your tablet. this is the usual cause for tablets to malfunction and eventually die. so my advice to you, if its still under warranty, have it replaced. hope this helps you. ... fixya!!!
I struggled with this tablet on my mac for a while now. Yesterday, I contacted firstname.lastname@example.org and got a prompt reply. Here is a link to the latest driver. Seems to work with Photoshop CS4.
http://www.uc-logic.com/download/driver/OS%20X_PenTablet_%20Driver1.24.1.zip Please kindly uninstall the previous driver (GO】-->【Applications】-->【PenTablet Setting】-->【Uninstall PenTablet Driver】) before you install the new driver. Thank you. Besides, please do not plug the tablet into pc before the driver installation is done.