I got a second pen after loosing my first about five months ago. The other pen worked fine, but just about two months ago the new pen is stuck on click. I would hover over it and it would do what it would as if it was "Clicking" somthing. I have tried to take it apart, but it's not possible. I have twisted the pen eraser aswell as hit it against my palm. Nothing. The Mouse works fine.
This is exactly whats happening with mine! I got the tablet from a friend, and I ordered a new pen because hers had died, which was why she was giving it to me. I've only had it for a month or so. A solution to this would be wonderful.
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Hello :) we have the same problem regarding the same brand and product. But I got mine working just a while ago. Try this: Control Panel>Pen and Touch under pen options, there should be settings regarding the pen buttons. Unclick the "use the pen button as a right-click equivalent" hope this helps though although it's been a year XD
My i608 pen stopped working today. I've had it for a month. The mouse was working fine, but the pen wouldn't work at all. Then I left the mouse on the pad and used the pen while the mouse was on the pad, and the pen started working again. Now it works even without the mouse on the pad. Did it re-establish the radio connection or something by doing that?
Anyway, saved me the $25 replacement cost.
I've had the intuos and it worked for years without incident. I have the
bamboo and after only a few months it's having issues. WTF is up with
that?! I've already changed the nub out once. It worked fine for a while
but now... I have to double click to get it to release anything it
grabs onto. As a graphic artist where precision is involved... that's
I think it's time to contact their customer service.
Hi, i browsed the Net in three languages to find the solution for this problem but nothing helped, then, accidentally, i bumped into the solution that helped me. I tried everything the same way you did but nothing helped. Since I use the russian version of Windows I do not know how these options might be named in english, but I think you'll understand. In Control Panel there is, as you know, the setup for pen and tablet input (with a picture of a pen) - in it there is a setup for Gestures (the middle one) - in it i disabled the gestures a long time ago. But today i tried turning it ON and went for training of these gestures (the option in blue letters at the very bottom) - and during the training my pen started hovering normally again after half a month of this problem. So I left the gestures enabled after completing the training and it still works fine. Hope it helps you,
if you are willing to throw $30 at the problem then you can get a new pen to replace it but otherwise i have not seen a fix for this problem yet. I am experiencing the same problem. But while this tablet is nice I might suggest to get a newer one that has more surface area that you can write on since you are already spending money. you could also take apart the pen and see if you can fix the inner parts. if you are feeling brave/ you know what you are doing/ you just want to see what the inside looks like.
I had a similar problem with Vista which made the pen/cursor freeze just as the tip was placed on the tablet face. The problem turned out to be a Vista setting. I went to Start > Control Panel > Pen and Input Devices. Then in the Pen Options tab highlight the "Press and Hold" pen action and then press the "Settings..." button. In the dialog box that opens uncheck the "Enable press and hold for right-clicking" check box. Hit "OK". Worked for me.
I have a CX2620, got it in May 2006. Got my first pen replaced not long after that, actually within a month or two (wouldn't calibrate). Now the second one doesn't work at all, I can't tell if it's the pen or the tablet itself, except that the mouse will draw in the tablet spaces. I kept the old one as a spare, but neither click, draw, nada.