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HyperPen 6000 is recognized as a Serial Port Generic Mouse in Windows 7 and is acting up. The cursor is jumping all around the screen and clicking everything by itself. I tried installing different Aiptek drivers, but they always get overwritten by Windows default. My sys i Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and the tablet is HyperPen 6000 (Serial Port one )

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This may come a little late but Updating your tablet with the latest drivers. Worked for me..
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plug it in and see if its detected,if it is under linux ,especially S.U.S.E. 11.2 you can glean a lot of information about it even if it is a fake or counterfeit product

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Yes, but you may have to get creative- They do sell it on ebay but it ships from the UK - so including shipping they are about 27- 30 bucks. However - if you search for the adesso cybertablet 12000 replacement they are the same. This tablet has been sold under at least 5 or 6 different brand names, but they are all the same oem product and you may have luck finding a pen under a different brand depending on where you live. See this thread here for additional AKA's alias of this tablet:

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SOURCE: I have Aiptek HyperPen 12000U and pen doesn't work

Yes, but you may have to get creative- They do sell it on ebay but it ships from the UK - so including shipping they are about 27- 30 bucks.  However - if you search for the adesso cybertablet 12000 replacement they are the same. This tablet has been sold under at least 5 or 6 different brand names, but they are all the same oem product  and you may have luck finding a pen under a different brand depending on where you live.  See this  thread here for additional AKA's alias of this tablet:

http://geekhack.org/showthread.php?t=11693

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