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Plug your Tablet in first with Computer off, Turn on Computer and see if Vista recognizes the Tablet. Go by what is suggested on the screen. It may help to do a Hard Disc DeFrag. before attempting the above.
Well there is a few ways to try to fix it first with a usb mouse check that the resolution is at it's native pixel count. This can be found on the manufacture website. If it is already at that resolution ensure that the CIC XPen drivers are installed. Those should have placed a recalibration program in the control panel. If those both fail, try uninstalling the drivers and restarting, then reloading the drivers. Hope this helps! food luck and godspeed!
Hallow Dear, Please use this link to download Drivers for your PC (20M) XP/Vista- ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp38501-39000/sp38688.exe Operating Systems Microsoft Windows 2000 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition Microsoft Windows XP Professional Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Business 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Starter 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 32 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise 64 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 64 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium 64 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Business 64 Edition Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 64 Edition This Will Completely Solve your Prob; if there is no any internal Hardware Problems with Quick Lunch Buttons (I feel there is no any coz u mention about Ding Sound. That mean your system is recognizing your key input & all you need is Just program those keys – above setup will do that) ** If you didn’t solve your prob; my advice is take your lap to a good technician with component level Repair skills. Thank you & Best Regards Dinu….
you need to look for the lates drivers for that tablet. vista wouldnt properly recognize that as a tablet if you use the driver that came with that. search your manufacturers site for driver updates for your tablet.
I just got Vista and it killed my Intuos2 w/serial to usb also, but here's a half solution: Download Wacom driver 4.78-6 http://www.wacom-europe.com/int/downloads/driver/driver.asp?lang=en. Make sure you remove any other Wacom drivers, tablet, and reboot. Install 4.78-6 driver and select serial port when the choice pops up. Plug in your tablet with the serial to usb adapter, wait a few seconds and click retry. Complete the install and reboot. Your Wacom tracking should work now, but certain things might not work like pressure sensitivity and you'll get annoying error "reinstall driver" pop-ups.
I think you can aslo buy a PCI-serial card for your computer and skip the serial-usb adapter since Vista doesn't support the adapter for Wacom tablets.. but I'm not sure if there's a working Vista serial Wacom driver either.. or ever will be. The age of XP and Legacy support is at an end my friends.