On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 1:33 AM, Tobias Lunte <tobias.lu...@hfg-gmuend.de>wrote:

>  Hello,
> If you're using 64-bit windows, try this solution Jernej Simončič has
> offered when the question came up earlier on this mailing list:
> Try this: uninstall GIMP 2.8, then run the 2.8.2 installer with /32
> parameter (to do this, press the Windows key and R on keyboard, so that the
> Run dialog opens; then click Browse and find gimp-2.8.2-setup.exe; back in
> the Run dialog add a space and /32 at the end of Open field and click OK).
> This'll install 32-bit version of GIMP instead of 64-bit one if you have
> 64-bit Windows. If the tablet works now, you should contact the
> manufacturer, and request 64-bit drivers for the tablet.
> Thank you for the tip, but I had options for both 32 and 64 bit drivers
and downloaded the 64bit drivers.

>  I wasn't the OP back then, but I had other non-wacom-tablet-problems,
> which could be resolved this way.
> bw,
> Tobl

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