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"Supported tablet not found"

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"Supported tablet not found"

Postby CodeXANA » Sun 12. May 2019, 14:00

I have a very old bamboo pen and touch, CTL-460. It worked fine last summer, but now it isn't calibrated. It is extremely hard for me to still draw, to the point where I haven't bothered. I have tried uninstalling the driver multiple times, removing the preferences, reinstalling, etc etc etc...I can't seem to get anything to work. I am using a MAC btw!!! So please someone help me out. I can't afford a new tablet.

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Re: "Supported tablet not found"

Postby wacom5 » Mon 13. May 2019, 14:50

Which Mac OSX are you using and which Wacom driver did you install? I recommend you to start by checking the connection through USB. Try a different port / cable.

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