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Used Bamboo CTL-460 not working on Windows 10

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jsjacobs
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Used Bamboo CTL-460 not working on Windows 10

Postby jsjacobs » Thu 6. Sep 2018, 18:37

Hi,

I recently bought a used Bamboo CTL-640. I've plugged it into my HP laptop, and attempted to install the latest drivers a number of times. However, whenever the pen touches the tablet I'm getting a red light. The pen moves the mouse a little bit sometimes, and the buttons work, but nothing else is working. What can I do?

wacom4
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Re: Used Bamboo CTL-460 not working on Windows 10

Postby wacom4 » Fri 7. Sep 2018, 07:31

Which driver did you install?
Please ensure it is 5.3.5-3 from http://www.wacom.com/support/product-support/drivers.
See https://www.wacom.com/en-gb/support?gui ... e56851d3ee

If this doesn't change the behavior check the pen in the Diagnostic Window: Open the Bamboo Preferences. Then Ctrl-Click (Windows) or Alt-Click (MacOS X) on ABOUT.
See as well https://www.wacom.com/en-gb/support?gui ... 0675040cb6


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