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IDownupI
06-25-2004, 07:49 PM
Hi i ust won a wacom on Ebay but the Guy didnt have the CD..

The only thing he gave me was the name

Wacom ET-0405-U.

Where can i download the drives? I have been trying Google but i ust got crazy links and strange pages.

If u got the Drives link me to them or Send on MSN/Mirc

downup@home.se
3dtotal or Grafik @Qnet

//Thanx:shrug:


//Edit//
Windows XP

IDownupI
06-26-2004, 01:12 PM
Bump::

Please i realy need it =/

CIM
06-26-2004, 01:30 PM
http://www.wacom.com/productsupport/select.cfm

jbw
06-26-2004, 01:40 PM
From what I can tell you've got yourself a graphire tablet. Exactly what version I don't know.

The wacom drivers tend to cover a range of different tablets - 'This driver was built for Graphire3 tablets. It can also be used with Graphire2 and Graphire tablets. For other tablets download the Intuos version of this driver.'

I think you'll want THIS (http://www.wacom-europe.com/uk/downloads/driver/driver.asp) driver (4.78 RC).

If you want to be sure turn the thing over and look at the sticker on the underside of the tablet. Mine reads Intuos 2 tablet followed by the model number (which is what the seller has given you).

Enjoy your new tablet! :thumbsup:

ta,
jbw

IDownupI
06-26-2004, 04:07 PM
From what I can tell you've got yourself a graphire tablet. Exactly what version I don't know.

The wacom drivers tend to cover a range of different tablets - 'This driver was built for Graphire3 tablets. It can also be used with Graphire2 and Graphire tablets. For other tablets download the Intuos version of this driver.'

I think you'll want THIS (http://www.wacom-europe.com/uk/downloads/driver/driver.asp) driver (4.78 RC).

If you want to be sure turn the thing over and look at the sticker on the underside of the tablet. Mine reads Intuos 2 tablet followed by the model number (which is what the seller has given you).

Enjoy your new tablet! :thumbsup:

ta,
jbw
Thanx alot i will try them!!

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