Well I'm a 13 year old computer artsist and animator, but it's hard because my tab;et worked well and now it isn't. It's a manhattan 5.5 x 4, and when I try to draw with the pen, the light on the tablet doesn't even flash, like it's unplugged, even when it is plugged in tight. Please help me, it would mean alot, because I spent almost all my money on this, but getting more, thinking I might need a new one.
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When loading the latest driver for it from Wacoms site, be sure to change the compatibility on the EXE file to "Windows 7". If that doesn't work, you will need to look at purchasing a newer model. The CTL-460 Wacom Bamboo Pen Tablet was only compatible with XP and Windows 7. Newer Microsoft operating systems are not supported on that product from Wacom.
hi, i have the same tablet wizard pen 4x3, windows 7 64bit install the tablet but doesnt work. if you could find a solution please contact me, i'll do the same for you, got this page in my favs for repair stuff..
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Try hitting the pen head into your hand 5 times. Do the same with the
eraser ( do it pretty hard but not too hard. I hurt my hand with the pen
tip a LITTLE so you can gauge it by that). The humidity in the air
causes the pen pressure to stick apparently. I had the same problem and
this made it work. You should try and clean it too but if you don't want
to take the pen apart this is the way to go. i hope this helps.
I'm having this same problem with my original Graphire (ET), with a replacement pen that's less than two years old.
I don't think it's a driver issue, based on the indicator light on the tablet itself. It turns green like it's detecting a click when either end of the pen is brought near the tablet. To me, that suggests an issue with the pen hardware. The mouse has no such problem.
I'd be very interested if anyone has a solution to this.
no model tablet stated,. there is not Just one model... same with all hardware
No PC stated of the 1000s made by HP for 34 years.
No OS stated, of top 10. we can not guess OS is it XP the 3 years now deaD OS? or Vista now dead spring of 2017?
PCs are complex but not telling the above makes answers super hard.
Id say off hand the drivers are wrong.
or the software is corrupted and or infected.
but that is only on a statistical basis that, (wild)
Hmm. I've had a similar thing happen with my tablet. Have you tried removing the tablet pen from the list of tools in tablet preferences and then adding it to the list again before checking the 'About' section of the tablet pen set-up and clicking the 'diagnose' button there in? As that worked for me when my tablet pen was not working. The pen was recognized by the tablet after that.