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    Unhappy Wacom Intuos 2 problem, please help

    Well first I had a graphire 3, and all worked well. But now I've plugged in my Intuos 2 the mouse cursor won't respond. I have installed new drivers. It is not broken because when I delete all the drivers, under windows it seems to work (as a mouse). The light is corresponding the right way to.

    I couln't find it on the faq at wacom.com so I'm asking it here, does anyone have an idea ?


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    I know this sounds obvious, but have you tried unplugging the tablet from the computer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ParkerD
    I know this sounds obvious, but have you tried unplugging the tablet from the computer?
    Yes, several times. And when I plug my graphire back in it works normally.

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    I donno if this would work, but try uninstalling the Wacom Graphire Drivers.
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    Also if you have a =b optic mouse try fliping it on its back, sometimes we might not see it move, but its reading its position.

    I have the same problem with my friends Graphire. but somtimes if I move the mouse a bit and then flip it over.. and return to the tablet it works. I dunno why... but it seems to glitch sometimes..
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    Quote Originally Posted by IceMoon
    Yes, several times. And when I plug my graphire back in it works normally.
    Thats because you haven't uninstalled your graphire drivers.

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    Ok I called wacom, and guess what, they also did'nt know the answer. So if you have this problem you're screwed I guess. Only thing you can do is format and reinstall windows, where the problem most likely is.

    Luckily it is just a tablet I borrowed, guess I have to do my td piece with me old graphire. I hope if I actually buy an intuos 3 I won't have the same problem.

    Anyway thanks for trying to help me out.

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