Question about Wacom Bamboo Capture Graphics Tablet
It worked fine yesterday. I don't know why it's doing this now. It should be noted, I've tried a new cable, all three USB ports, and resetting and reinstalling the software. Even a driver update did nothing, and this is very important. Please help.
When I turn off my tablet it reset when I turn it back on. help me plz...
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here are the steps that you need to take to fix your issue:
1. Uninstall the current Wacom driver via the Macintosh HD on your desktop--->go into the Applications folder and then the Pen Tablet folder and click on "remove tablet". Once you have done the removal you will want to run a "repair disk permissions on your Macintosh HD.
2. The repair disk permissions can be done via the utilities folder on your Mac HD. Go to "disk utility" and then run it. In that program select the Mac HD and choose "repair disk permissions".
3. After that is completed you will get a message that says permissions repair complete!
At this time you will want to reboot your computer.
4. After rebooting you will want to go and install the latest driver from Wacom's website, www.wacom.com The most current driver is 5.08-2 for the Graphire 3 tablet.
That should do it!
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
SOURCE: Loosing pressure sensitivity
I have a similar issue. I am on Windows XP (32 bit), using Photoshop CS3 and a Wacom Intuos 3. The pen will work fine for a day, maybe 1/2 a day, and then out of nowhere, it will lose pressure sensitivity. When I shut down the computer and close Photoshop at the end of the day it ALWAYS loses pressure sensitivity, and I get an error message saying that the "there is a problem with your tablet driver" and to reboot my computer, and reinstall the drivers. The problem is, when I reboot, there is still no pen pressure, and I have installed the most current driver no less than 5 times, and nothing works. I've figured out I can go delete the preference file for the Wacom tablet and then re-input all my settings in the Wacom Preferences window. Sometimes this fixes it, sometimes I need to open Photoshop, then re-input the Wacom Preferences, and then reboot Photoshop.
SURELY there is a way I can get my tablet working without having to jump on one foot and rub my belly and pat my head and and and...??
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Regarding the information you provided, we would like to tell that if your Mac OS X's version is between 10.5 to 10.7.4, please proceed to step 1 to troubleshoot the problem. If your Mac OS X's version is 10.8, please upgrade the Mac to 10.8.1 then follow the steps below to start troubleshooting the problem.
1. Reset the tablet driver.
Click on Go > click on Applications > search and open the Bamboo folder > select Bamboo Utility > select All Users under Preferences > click on Remove button under Preferences.
If the problem remains, go to the next step. If it is fixed, do not proceed with the rest of the troubleshooting steps.
2. Set the driver to Pen Mode.
Click on the Apple logo > select System Preference > click Bamboo icon > click Pen tab > on Tracking pane, select Pen Mode > close the Bamboo Preferences.
3. Adjust the Double Click Distance and Tip Feel.
Click on Start > click on All Programs > search and open the Bamboo folder > select Bamboo Preferences > click on the Pen tab > adjust the Double Click Distance to Big and the Tip Feel to Firm > close the Bamboo Preferences.
We hope these information have been useful in resolving your inquiry.
Kindly contact us if you need more assistance.
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