Does Windows XP already have drivers for graphical pen tablets which know to automatically recognize when such device has been plugged in and then become automatically installed?
The reason I ask is that I bought an inexpensive graphical digitizing pen tablet and I believe the attempt to install the drivers from the included compact disc failed either partially or completely. At whatever extent this installation failure, I find that the graphical tablet when plugged in, works. I can draw with it, and I can manually write with it. The drawn items show on the screen (tested using in MS Paint). I cannot find a way to unintsall the drivers which I tried to install from the c.d. because there is no listing or any such new item in control panel Add/Remove programs. I do not know where else to look in the computer. Since I have no apparant way to uninstall the drivers for this device, I cannot now test how the machine reacts to the pen tablet when the included product's drivers are not insalled from the C.D. Therefore, I ask.
Edited by hamluis, 10 October 2012 - 09:17 AM.
Moved from XP to External Hardware - Hamluis.