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Tablet Issues I have had my tablet for a while now, but I wanted to get smoother lines in Adobe Photoshop CS 2, and so I installed the Pen Driver, which I hadn;t done before, and it was all fine. But now it only works at the startup screen when I type in my password. Whenever I try to install the driver again, it DOES install but my tablet still doesn't work. It is a Wacom Grpahire 4. Can you help me?

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Could you tell me if you have tried removing the device from the Device Manager & rebooting? Are you using Vista or XP ?

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