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Why won't my drawing tablet work on my Macbook Air?

Asked by jtvoar16 (2171points) November 22nd, 2008

I just plugged my Wacom Cintiq 20WSX into my Air. I have the most up-to-date driver for it, I have the Mini-DVI cable plugged into it. I know the tablet works, I know my Mini-DVI works, however the tablet shows nothing on screen.
WTH? Why doesn’t it work? Does anyone know of a keyboard shortcut in Mac to gather all the windows on a single screen? I think the monitor is out of a range and that is why it is not working.

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PupnTaco's avatar

Check “mirror displays” in System Prefs?

iwamoto's avatar

does it require a USB port as well ?
did you install the calibration tool from wacom ?

good luck kid !

jtvoar16's avatar

there is no mirror displays button, and when I click calibrate, it wants to calibrate my Air’s monitor.

iwamoto's avatar

there should be software from wacom to calibrate your screen with the pen, maybe it’s downloadable from the site

jtvoar16's avatar

I figured it out. Because the Air uses a different OS X then normal, the Wacom tablet won’t work with it… much anger and rage.

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