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Can anyone decypher the following, then tell me what I'm supposed to do?


Graphicool1
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Hi Guys

I've installed a Wacom Tablet for use with either fingers or pen. Each time I turn on the PC I get the following message popping up on the desktop. If I click the 'X' top right corner it will go and I don't see it again until next time I start the PC. It's 'gobble de gook' to me, am I supposed to do something or what?

The Tablet works fine.

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lotvic

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I should have checked rdave13's link. Hmm, giving identical advice - that's happened a few times just lately, perhaps there is a distant gene in common that has decided to surface.

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onionskin

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Did you install the software from the CD or did you use the latest version from Wacom's website.

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Graphicool1

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onionskin

"Did you install the software from the CD"

Yes I did, then I went to the Wacom site, looked for and installed the updates.

The links provided by 'lotvic and rdave13' were from the Wacom site. As it would seem that, at least I'm not the only one getting this problem. Although that knowledge isn't much of a consolation. Still, for the time being, while I wait for Wacom to release a 'fix', I've uninstalled the 'Scribe', it doesn't affect the Bamboo Tablet and to be frank I haven't actually missed it.

Cheers anyway Guys G1

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