I've been having issues with my Wacom Bamboo CTH-670 recently. It suddenly stopped working on Thursday, and I'm not sure why.
I'm running Windows XP, of course.
Things I've tried already:
- restarting services in services.msc
- uninstalling and reinstalling different drivers from the Wacom site
- rebooting several times
- plugging it into another computer (and it worked with a Windows 8, so the tablet is fully functioning it seems)
- swapping the cord
- changing USB ports (all ports are functional since my USB mouse and keyboard work in them)
- fiddling with Device Manager
- changing power management for USB ports to unrestricted
After trying and failing with the newest available driver, I installed an older one - and I'm actually able to see some Wacom stuff in Device Manager now, which is a good sign.
However, when I plug in the tablet, the LED flashes white a couple of times before going blank.
Trying to open Bamboo Preferences gives me the following error: "A supported tablet was not found on the system."
I'm at a loss for what to do. The only other thing I haven't tried yet is the original tablet installation disk, so I'll give it a shot next, but please let me know if you have any other ideas.