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I have a problem with my wacom tablet it aint working right. Let me explain....when i hold the pen right over the tablet.. its right clicks and i m not taping or pressing any botton. as soon as i get close its rights clicks! can any one help?? i dont kno if its the pen or tablet.

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  • reyesmanuel1 Jul 19, 2009

    it doesnt use battery and i already install new drivers. It still doesnt work.

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If your pen use battery for that replace your battery.

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