Quote: Originally Posted by torrentg
yep. So unpack, use device manager to install using the .inf that's in the directory you unpacked to.
When I try to update the "Generic PnP Monitor" driver to the new one, it tells me that the driver is already up to date. I'm assuming that there is a way to have Device Manager just install directly from an .inf that I select, but I haven't figured out how...? EDIT: I figured out how to install from an .inf but then it told me that the driver I downloaded isn't compatible with 32-bit; it is, however, the only one available on the Catalog with Windows 7...
Quote: Originally Posted by copernicus
Did the touchscreen work before installing the wacom drivers?
Also what do you mean by: The digitizer works fine, but the ability to tap my finger on the screen no longer exists.
This tablet comes with both active digitizer (Wacom pen) and passive (touch/dummy pen) abilities. So I can still write on the tablet using the active digitizer, but the passive touch no longer is responding at all.
As for before, when I was working in Vista (I directly upgraded to Windows 7) both active and passive worked perfectly.