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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I had the same problem at first but managed to solve it. In my case I was setting up in tandem with another monitor and once I had correctly set the pixel dimensions of both monitors and set them to to 'mirror' mode it works pretty well. The only issue now seems to be a slowing of stroke speed ie the cursor lags behind my strokes. I have downloaded a new driver but not installed yet. Does anyone else have this problem?
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
Wacom will send you the wire for your tablet. Its only $15. You have to be very careful in opening the tablet in that the top and bottom are connected by a short flat wire leash someone eager to get all the way apart will permanently damage. If its out of warranty you have absolutely nothing to lose. Its very easy to replace. Replacing it fixed my problem caused by having the computer sitting on the corner of the wire for several months.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Go to this page:
Choose Graphire 3 or Graphire 4 as your tablet model. These are the CTE models. Then pick your OS and download the driver.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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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
Hey I had this problem too with my Bamboo too, I'm not sure if it was anything I changed or whatever but either way the blue light was on but it wasn't registering the pen.
I found a way just minutes ago to fix it however!
Go into 'start', 'all programs', then look for 'pen tablet'. Hopefully you should have this. If not then download the latest driver for your tablet from the wacom website and that should install it.
Next choose 'pen tablet preference file utilty'. Then under 'my preferences' choose to remove. Bingo! All was well in the world again.
This worked for me so hopefully it will for some of you guys too! Good luck!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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