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Pen has no effect on mouse, only a solid green dot shows on the pad when pen is touching instead of flashing, there are 13 hot cells across the top and 8 down each side yet only 5 appear on the top with 3 down each side, somehow it thinks there are hot buttons across the bottom as well.

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Download the latest drivers, run them and deselect the hot button row at bottom.

Posted on Oct 29, 2009

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