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    Intios4 drivers suddeenly uninstalled. No more lefty function?

    Hi.
    The other day I was fooling around in Photoshop. I put my computer to sleep mode as I made dinner, and when I got back to it, it didn't work properly. I went to see the settings and it said the drivers weren't found.

    At that point I installed new drivers from wacom's site, but now I can't seem to get my intuos to lefty.

    Does anyone know any way I can fix this?
    Do I have to find the install disc again? (Not that its wrong. It just feels kind of outdated since there are newer drivers on the site)

    This happened once before after going in sleep mode, but that time it didn't seem to affect it's leftieness.
    Does the intuos 4 have any problems with sleep mode?

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    Uninstall the current driver.
    Unplug tablet
    Reboot.
    Install latest driver

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    I tried that a couple of times now, and even found the disk and tried it.
    It seems windows overrides it when I plug it in. And there is nothing I can do to stop that it seems.

    But that said. Installing the drivers from their site, I didn't get the option to go lefty. Should that come when I plug it in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Medusa View Post
    I tried that a couple of times now, and even found the disk and tried it.
    It seems windows overrides it when I plug it in. And there is nothing I can do to stop that it seems.

    But that said. Installing the drivers from their site, I didn't get the option to go lefty. Should that come when I plug it in?

    The left handed option is selected when the drivers are installed. You go to the Wacom Tablet Properties, Select the Grip Pen. You go under Mapping Tab below and select "Express keys right"

    Next
    Press the Windows logo key+R to bring up the Run dialog box. In the Open line, copy/paste the following text.

    shell:::{80F3F1D5-FECA-45F3-BC32-752C152E456E}

    Press OK.

    This will start the Tablet PC Settings configuration dialog (Even if you do not have a Tablet PC).

    Select the Other Tab.

    In the Handedness section, place a check mark in the Left Handed option.

    Click OK.

    This should place the menus on the right side.

    Next

    Go to Control Panel, System and Security, Administrative Tools - Services Turn this off

    Tablet PC Input Service

    Last edited by Arshes Nei; May 16th, 2012 at 11:46 AM.
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    Awesome. It worked!
    Thanks a lot Arshes Nei

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