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I just got a new intuos4 tablet and it won't work with my macbook pro, less than a year old. It worked once, upside down, but now... nothing. Any suggestions???

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  • jenschenck Sep 09, 2009

    Thanks for the reply. I have tried this but it continues to be unable to connect or recognize the intuos4! When I put the set-up cd in, I follow the directions and connect it with the USB cord when told, and it says successful, yet the LED lights do not work. I had it work once prior but only upside down! ??? Any other suggestions? Thanks again!

  • jenschenck Sep 09, 2009

    I had it working cor a little while, upside down, but since then, nothing!

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This link has all the trouble shooting procedures explain in brief
just click this above link directy
http://www.wacom.com/downloads/manuals/Intuos4_Users_Manual.pdf
if the mac says its detected then also tablet does not works that means either the connection is getting loose or the tablet is not getting holded properly.each and every thing is explained in the link.check out.
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Uninstall the device, rebooth the laptop. install the drivers with the device NOT attached. after the installation, attach the device and let the OS detect it and load the drivers. Then only would the device work.

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