Question about Wacom Bamboo (MTE450K1) Graphic Tablet
My Wacom Bamboo tablet doesn't seem to work with Photoshop CS4, even though it worked for a couple of months now. All I get are straight lines, which interestingly are affected by how much pressure you put on the tablet. In other programs such as the GIMP and OpenCanvas, you can actually draw in them but they are not pressure sensitive. On top of this, none of the buttons work, and every time I unplug the tablet or turn off the computer the tablet does not work.
Try checking the usb cable. change it for a new one. i'm using a motorola cell-phone usb connection cable an it's working fine with my bamboo tablet. also, try to upgrade your drivers and change your usb port.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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