Driver error on Fujitsu T900 running Windows 10. Please help.

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  1. jocastus

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    This morning I attempted to update my Wacom Feel Driver, as I have in the past, and now this happens:
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    Note the flashing cursor and the constantly opening and closing "Tablet service for consumer driver."

    What happened? Is this Windows 10's fault? Is it the driver's fault? How do I get the cursor to stop blinking and the second driver to stop opening and closing endlessly?

    I cautiously created a system restore point before I even attempted to install the driver, and I still get this error even after a successful restore, so that is not the solution.

    This is the driver I used: http://us.wacom.com/en/feeldriver/ Is there a different driver I can try?

    The computer is a Fujitsu T900 with touch and stylus sensitivity.
     
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    UPDATE:

    I have restored functionality including pressure sensitivity by visiting the Wacom Europe driver page and downloading an earlier version of the drive. This was the only way I could find to get an earlier driver, because Wacom seems to have taken down their archive of older feel drivers.

    The reason I tried to update my driver in the first place is because I was unable to calibrate my tablet PC with the version I had. This is still the case now. I seem to have functionality, but hitting the calibrate button in the Wacom Pen section of the control panel just brings up a blank page that can't be closed without the use of the Task Manager.

    Is anyone else getting a blank calibrate screen through Wacom Pen in Window 10?
     
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