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Emory Dunn

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  1. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    I have no idea. I don't have a USB tablet PC and using the Wacom drivers was just a guess. You might have to do some more searching to find a way to get the drivers to recognise your tablet. You could try poking around inside the source files for the drivers and see if there is anything that will help but I'm not sure where to point you.
  2. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    I'm not sure if there are actually any differences between the drivers. As far as I can tell (with the testing I've done in just using various tablets) it's the same driver, just different updates. So, any driver should do, but then again, it might not work. I'd just download the latest one.
  3. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    Oops, I missed that. But if it is USB you might be able to use the Wacom drivers. I know that within a few months I should have a chance to test a tablet with USB, but that won't help you now. And Scott, is there any time frame on an update for TabletMagic? (64-bit for example?)
  4. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    Are you talking about the "Enable Digitizer" button? If so it's under the TabletPC tab. Clicking that button should make the proper modifications to the KEXT, then all you have to do is follow the steps I listed in my previous post and hopefully everything should work.
  5. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    The console output isn't what you need to look at. look at this post http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/index.php...948&st=440# Run the Terminal command I listed and check the output, it should look like the output from the C5. If not try installing the original kext (via Kext Helper). Restart, repair permissions. Now go back into TabletMagic and have it attempt to initialise the digitiser. Find the kext and remove it (just throw it on the Desktop). Confirm that the IOMatch is correct and then install the kext via Kext Helper. Restart, repair permissions. Now go back to TabletMagic and see if Serial0 is active. If it is then do a small dance and do a backup of your system. If not start at square one.
  6. Emory Dunn

    TabletMagic for TabletPCs

    I've found that sometimes it's just luck. But you can try installing the original kext and then doing the process over again.
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