I recently upgrade from Vista to Windows 7 on my laptop. When I'm working with Wacom Tablet (Intuos 3) on my laptop, I normally connect the laptop to my desktop monitor, which has a much higher resolution, and then set the tablet input to be available only in the secondary display (directly in the Wacom Tablet Utilities), so I can continue to use my mouse in the primary display for other application with no interference with my work on secondary display. It worked fine in Vista, but when I upgraded to Windows 7, what's happening now is that for some reason is that my tablet PC setting from Control Panel just won't let me use my secondary display (keeps telling me that it's not available). When I set tablet to secondary display in Wacom Tablet Utilities, the pointer appears in second screen and seems to be confned in secondary display when I move it around, but as soon as I tap on anything, it immediately bounces back to my primary screen. It's been quite irritating, if anyone knows a solution to this problem, please let me know. Thanks!