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Does the mouse work (on the tablet)? What happens when the side buttons are pressed do they work? Try un-installing the Wacom driver (Pen Tablet Utility) and Install the latest version from www.wacom.com and see if that helps.
My i608 pen stopped working today. I've had it for a month. The mouse was working fine, but the pen wouldn't work at all. Then I left the mouse on the pad and used the pen while the mouse was on the pad, and the pen started working again. Now it works even without the mouse on the pad. Did it re-establish the radio connection or something by doing that?
Anyway, saved me the $25 replacement cost.
I have the same problem, im running an Intuos 2 on XP SP3 with serial port, it was passed down from a friend of mine. I tried several Drivers from the oldest 2005 to the newest 2010 on wacoms site. the oldest driver allows me to open the settings dialog, but doesnt recognize the drivers after a reboot. the newest recognizes the the drivers but won't open the settings dialog, and an error apears "this system does not have a supporting tablet". Througout the entire trial and error that got me no where the tablet light was always lit and changed color when i set the pen on it or triggered any of the buttons, but the cursor never moves.
hi there, you may have a faulty sensor or a loose wire on your tablet. this is the usual cause for tablets to malfunction and eventually die. so my advice to you, if its still under warranty, have it replaced. hope this helps you. ... fixya!!!