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Bamboo fun tablet stylus cursor keeps shaking...

I have only had my tablet for maybe a month at the most. And the cursor did not shake until a week or so ago. And it sucks trying to draw and I really want to know whats wrong with it.

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I have the bamboo fun pen also. I am currently running Windows Vista 64bit home and have the same problem. I fixed mine by going into the control options > Tablet PC Settings > Other > Go to Pen and Input Devices > Settings (Under Pen Options) Then I clicked at the top Where it states "Enable press and hold for Right-clicking". I disabled that and my pen works with no holding for the right click. I can make scratch marks all day! Hope this helps you too.

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SOURCE: Pen keeps drawing when I lift it off tablet

The contact switch in the pen is likely stuck. Test it with an ohmmeter.

It may have moisture or contamination or broken contact mechanism.

If the pen is anywhere near the tablet, the digitizing of position continues and if switch thinks the pen is down due to failed switch, the drawing will continue.

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SOURCE: Wacom Bamboo Fun Tablet-Mac. Yellow box pops up under pen cursor.

Your tablet is set under the handwriting setting. Go to system preferences and select ink under hardware. Then turn off handwriting recognition.

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SOURCE: My Bamboo Fun Tablet pen/stylus is not working.

I had the same problem. I installed the drivers again, unplugged and replugged the tablet, and restarted my computer, but nothing worked.

Go to Start -> Programs -> Bamboo tablet, run the tablet preference utility and remove the settings. this is the only thing that worked for me.

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When was it last working?
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I have the bamboo fun pen also. I am currently running Windows Vista 64bit home and have the same problem. I fixed mine by going into the control options > Tablet PC Settings > Other > Go to Pen and Input Devices > Settings (Under Pen Options) Then I clicked at the top Where it states "Enable press and hold for Right-clicking". I disabled that and my pen works with no holding for the right click. I can make scratch marks all day! Hope this helps you too.

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I'm not familiar with the utility software that comes with the bamboo, myself, but I am using the Intuos3, just a bigger version.
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This problem is farly common but the solution may anger you. Buy a new one.
I know this from experience, I had this for 11 months and over time the tablet will glitch. But all things considered, the thing IS only $70.00 so there is no big loss there.
It's because the Bamboo tablet is cross-circuited to the pen through a mini WiFi connection (No Charge time) so over time, yes it will glitch.
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