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Loosing pressure sensitivity

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I bought wacom bamboo fun 6*8 some three months ago,initially it was working fine i mostly use it with photoshop cs2 or painter 9,now suddenly the tablet is loosing pressure every after few minutes.if i reset the pen preference files,its becoming normal for some times then again its gone!.....tried downloading the latest driver...nothing changed...my os is windows xp...some body please help me.....

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  • them apples Dec 26, 2007

    the tablet light will blink and a quick pause will happen..then it loses sensitivity.

  • jannichan Nov 02, 2008

    Same here - it helps when I re-install, but I can't keep doing that! I'm running Vista, however, and using Photoshop CS3 with the ordinary Bamboo tablet...

  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    My tablet light turns green whenever I put the pen over it and then loses all sensitivity. This problem isn't just in Photoshop, it's in everything else as well.

    I'm running Vista.

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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

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I was trying also, didn't work at all, and I'm going to try to close and open Adobe Photoshop CS2. But I need it to work on a few adoptables! I need it NOW!

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