Question about Wacom Bamboo Fun 5.8" x 3.7" USB Tablet with Cordless Pen and Mouse - Black
Some ice I had left on my dresser melted and seeped into my Wacom Bamboo tablet. I tried using it afterward and it worked fine but the next time I used it the blue light would flash and then it would shut off. I let it dry for a bit and then it worked again. days later it makes the cursor jump all over the screen.
I have no idea what this thing will do next, so I thought I'd ask if there's any hope left for it or if I should just buy a new one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mabye you should buy a new pen. I had the exact same problem, but I bought a new pen and it worked perfectly. Call first and explain your problem to the website, and they should give you a new pen for free because of warrenty. Go to the WACOM website and look for the phone number in the top-right corner. That is all except to wait for your new pen that should arrive in two or three days tops.
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
It's the windows 7 tablet feature that causes the problem. To solve it you have to disable it. Go to start -> search write "services.msc" (without the strokes) and hit enter. Now search for "Tablet PC Input Service" double click on it and when a little window pops up set Disabled under startup type list box. Now if you want to see effect immediately there is a button Stop, click on it, and wait until service is stopped. When done close both windows. This way you don't have to even restart your pc.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
Your tablet is set under the handwriting setting. Go to system preferences and select ink under hardware. Then turn off handwriting recognition.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
Try hitting the head of your pen into the palm of your hand 5 times and do the same with the eraser. Something about the humidity making the pressure thing in the pen stick idk. I had the same problem and this worked for me.
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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