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Windows 7: Wacom Tablet PC Cursor Problems

09 Jul 2009   #1

Windows 7
Wacom Tablet PC Cursor Problems

Hey All,

I purchased the HP TX2604CA that has a wacom tablet that is able to swivel around and lie flat or spin back around and sit upright for typing. It's an excellent laptop and I super recommend HP's tablets.

However, I found upon installing Windows 7 that whenever i put my stylus close to the screen my cursor goes haywire. The best way I can explain it is that the cursor appears for half a second where it should be but rapidly goes back and forth from there to another spot a little up and to the left away. It doesn't slide there it's just warping between those two spots like 50 times a second. Writing is still possible, but clicking on any menus or links or anything becomes impossible as the cursor appears off the menu and it closes, as well as other annoying effects.

Has anyone else had problems similar to this? I've tried the newest ENE CIR drivers yet I have the newest ones, being my first tablet I don't have a lot of experience fixing an issue like this. I've also looked on the FAQ for my product on the HP website.

What should I do?

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