|23 Dec 2010||#12|
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This is quite puzzling.
OK- let's try this.
Open the Run box under the Star button and type: msconfig <enter>
Under the Services Tab, see what it says about Tablet PC Input Service.
Is it running? Stopped?
Uncheck it in any case.
If it was checked to begin with, then re-boot.
If that doesn't work then:
Be very careful here- disabling/uninstalling the wrong thing could develop into a nasty piece of business for you.
I'd make a good, recoverable, verifiable backup before you continue. You've been warned.
Open Device Manager in Control Panel
Click View/Show Hidden Devices
Open these and see if there's anything listed regarding the Tablet business
I'll repeat- make backups.
Let me know...
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