My wacom tablet has suddenly began to work intermittently. It will work and then appears to lose the connection temporarily, then it will work again. I thought it was a problem with the pen at first, but when i went into my system preferences, it will show up fine, and then all of a sudden say no tablet is recognized, then go back again to being fine. I just upgraded my Macbook Pro to snow leopard, but i reinstalled the driver. This also happens on my iMac which is running leopard and has worked fine with my tablet for 2 years. Hope there's a fix (other than buy a new one!).
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Nov 15, 2015 - 9 posts - 5 authors
Ok so for some reason ever since we got a new modem and router my HP laptop willhave a full connection and all of a sudden ill lose it and my wifi says "No Networks available" and a red X appears by my bars at the bottom. ... I dont know if maybe my network adapter is going bad or ...
I have encountered this message a few times, usually if I have tried to plug'n'play the tablet. A restart with the tablet connected usually fixes it for me, but I would suggest removing the driver and software and reinstalling them, making sure you have the most up-to-date version- freely available from wacom.co.uk (though I note you have the latest versions so just reinstall those).
I think, however, your problem might be something to do with the following note from wacom:
Do you know if you are running a 64-bit setup? There may be a workaround even if you are, so do let us know.
the liquid has made wires that shouldnt touch touch so its given files to the rong places so i would try formatting it then installing the files back on i dont know where from but you can get them from the internet either that or buy a new one
This cable is not user replaceable because the cord connects inside the tablet.
I called Wacom tech support about my Intuos3 with similar issue (cord problem). They will replace the cable for $75. I asked if could purchase a cable for myself (I didn't want to send my tablet in) but they do not sell the cable directly to consumers because you'd have to open your tablet. (I found out the hard way that the inside of the tablet is held together with pressure; so once opened, parts inside shift and it becomes a puzzle to put back together.)
Hope that helps in some small way!
I had a similar problem with Vista which made the pen/cursor freeze just as the tip was placed on the tablet face. The problem turned out to be a Vista setting. I went to Start > Control Panel > Pen and Input Devices. Then in the Pen Options tab highlight the "Press and Hold" pen action and then press the "Settings..." button. In the dialog box that opens uncheck the "Enable press and hold for right-clicking" check box. Hit "OK". Worked for me.