Wacom Pen Tablet Does Not Function in Windows 95

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The Wacom pen tablet attached to your computer may not function correctlyafter you install Windows 95.
To work around this problem, re-install the software included with theWacom pen tablet. For information about other possible resolutions, pleasecontact Wacom.
If the Wacom pen tablet is the only pointing device installed on thecomputer when Windows 95 is installed, the Wacom pen tablet mouse driver(Wacpen.drv) is not removed from the System.ini file. However, the Wacompen tablet VxD (Wacom.386) is renamed to Wacom386.10, and all referencesto the original driver name are removed from the System.ini file. TheWacom.drv file is also renamed to Wacomdrv.10.

The Pen Extensions for Microsoft Windows (Pen Windows) software version 1.0is essentially disabled by the installation of Windows 95. You should notattempt to resolve this problem by configuring the Wacom pen tablet to bePen Windows-compatible. The only resolution at this time is to re-installthe software included with the Wacom pen tablet.

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Article ID: 132395 - Last Review: 01/06/2015 01:14:36 - Revision: 1.1

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