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Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

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achromatopsia
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Re: Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

Postby achromatopsia » Mon 12. Jun 2017, 10:34

Hi,

Just purchased an Intuos Pro S and installed 6.3.19-3 and 6.3.22-6, with the reported problem still appearing.

Any bug fixing expected for this?

Cheers
Jose

wacom1
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Re: Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

Postby wacom1 » Tue 13. Jun 2017, 08:19

Which Windows version do you use ? All is working ok with cable connection ? For wireless connections problems: attach the tablet to another USB port, not through a hub (if possle try using a USB extension cable so that the dongle is more distant from interfering signals), turn off power saving for USB connections and turn off 'USB legacy support' in BIOS.

If you see the 'tablet not found' message, remove tablet settings in Wacom Desktop Center.

achromatopsia
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Re: Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

Postby achromatopsia » Wed 14. Jun 2017, 13:52

wacom1 wrote:Which Windows version do you use ? All is working ok with cable connection ? For wireless connections problems: attach the tablet to another USB port, not through a hub (if possle try using a USB extension cable so that the dongle is more distant from interfering signals), turn off power saving for USB connections and turn off 'USB legacy support' in BIOS.

If you see the 'tablet not found' message, remove tablet settings in Wacom Desktop Center.


Hi,

I'm using Windows 8.1.

All is working fine with the cable connection.

I tried switching USB ports, with no result. The behavior is still the same. I don't have an extension cable, though.

I already had power saving turned off for USB connections.

I didn't find and USB legacy support option on my BIOS (I have a Dell Latitude E7470).

It detects the tablet working. The pressure sensitivity works (I can see it in the Wacom Tablet Properties window -> Current Pressure gauge), it's the positioning that stops working.

Any additional help is definitely appreciated.

EDIT: By the way, the tablet works fine in wireless mode, if I use it as a touchpad. My fingers control the mouse pointer perfectly. It's just the darn pen that doesn't work.

José

Darkblue
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Joined: Fri 22. Dec 2017, 20:57

Re: Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

Postby Darkblue » Fri 22. Dec 2017, 21:56

Hi everyone,
same problem here on Windows 8.1 with Intuos Pro S (PTH-451 with dongle) and latest drivers (6.3.27-2) on an Acer Aspire V3 laptop.
The only difference with other people is the pen still works in wireless mode, but only in some programs (Photoshop, After Effects, Gimp, Paint Shop Pro, Mocha Pro) whether you add them in the list or not. Selecting another program makes the cursor stop moving under a few seconds, examples : (Premiere Pro, Windows Paint, Firefox or the Windows desktop). Wired isn't affected at all.

USB 3.0 or 2.0 makes no difference, pressure works. I have a touchpad (Elan) and a mouse connected in addition to the tablet (unplugging the mouse makes no difference, touchpad can't be disabled).


For your information, I also have the following issues (unrelated ?) :

The touch function stops working in wireless mode when you enable/disable it a few times and comes back only after computer restart (random time before appearing). Works when wired.

Latest drivers (6.3.27-2) solved most of the 6.3.25-5 numerous freezes when accessing touch ring and other settings and makes it more practical to use, but not all of them. During the freezes, Professional_CPL.exe is taking 13 % of my CPU (I7-4702MQ). Acessing successively OSD settings in functions then Touch settings still leads to a freeze. At least it doesn't happen during normal use, only in settings.

Jedigirl
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Re: Pen does not work properly in wireless mode

Postby Jedigirl » Sun 31. Dec 2017, 19:16

I'm having similar issues with my Intuos Comic on Windows 10 (Creative update), and driver version 6.3.27-2. When connected via USB everything works fine, but when using wireless the pen does not work at all when using Clip Studio Paint Pro. I also have issues with the following:
* wireless losing connection occasionally even though the tablet is only about a foot or two away
* getting alerts about my device battery being low even though it is over 80% charged


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