Question about Wacom Graphire4 6x8
A few weeks ago I had just ended my streak of using Windows XP (Reinstalling it just about every month) for quite a few years. I have been using my Wacom Graphire 4 6x8 (Model: CTE-640) pen tablet for 3 or 4 years flawlessly with the same Windows XP drivers that came on a disk with the product. Now that I'm using Windows 7 with and have the correct Windows Vista drivers for this tablet, I'm running into a problem. When I install the Windows Vista drivers, at first the tablet is fully functional and working properly in every way, but after a single restart, the use of the pen is mapped at an incorrect space starting at the top left corner of the screen and the tablet mouse just locks at the top left corner completely, almost as if I'm holding the pen at the top left pixel and trying to move the mouse, which results in nothing but a constant refresh of the mouse's position at the very top left pixel on the screen. When I reinstall the Wacom pen tablet Vista drivers, the tablet then works until I restart, and the cycle repeats. The problem first emerged after I used the tablet on a different PC that had Windows XP set on a resolution that had a wide screen aspect ratio (16:9). The reason I mention this is because it ONLY started happening after this one usage, and the incorrect mapping is also at a widescreen aspect ratio that looks a lot like the 16:9 aspect ratio on the Windows XP machine I was using it on. At first I figured that this is just another Vista compatibility issue with their drivers, but then started leaning toward the fact that it could be a firmware issue (if it has some sort of firmware) in the pen tablet itself, since the only time that this tablet had been used with a 16:9 aspect ratio was just before the problem had started. Maybe that's why it's not mapping correctly? Anyways, any help/suggestions are greatly appreciated. If you need me to clarify/add any information about the problem, just ask. Thanks in advance! - CheeseKeg.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tablet Driver
The service is actually running. To get rid of those messages completely and use all features of your tablet, uninstall driver 6.05-7 and install 5.05-7 instead.
Posted on May 14, 2008
Searched for ages to find a driver for my giant wacom (UD-1212-R) on Vista 64. As of this moment there isn't one, and it looks like they are not even going to bother. But if there are any geniuses out there........
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
SOURCE: Blinking lights no response
I was able to fix this same problem by doing a hard reset, and re-synching with my computer.
To do a hard reset, press the power button and the two center buttons, all at the same time. Hold them down for about 10 seconds - when you let go, the tablet will start trying to synch again. Once you go through the synching steps again, everything should work properly.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Go to this page:
Choose Graphire 3 or Graphire 4 as your tablet model. These are the CTE models. Then pick your OS and download the driver.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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