Discussion in 'Lenovo (IBM)' started by ibmthink, Sep 2, 2015.
So uninstall wacom drivers? Which drivers should i roll back? WinTab?
@Bewinxed open Device Manager, (WIN key + X, then M), expand Human Interface Devices category, target Wacom Device, press Properties, select Driver, click Roll back driver until it's greyed out; if roll back driver is unavailable right from the start, use Uninstall with Delete driver ticked.
I did that and now i have no pressure sensitivity in Krita
Anyone know of a way to get the 20FY0002US model to output 4K @ 60hz? I know Lenovo sells the Onelink + dock and they gimped the HDMI so it doesnt work with display port adapters.
@Bewinxed Krita relies on legacy WinTab driver, so it shouldn't work in the described fashion. You will have to install crappy Wacom drivers in order for Krita pressure sensitivity to work. But until you did, try testing your digitizer in some other app, to see if hovering problem goes away. Then, if you rely on Krita, find the former Wacom device (now recognized as one of the USB Composite devices located in Universal Serial Bus controllers category of Device Manager) and update the driver in its properties.
Listed my 460 on ebay if anyones interested; http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182741688660?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
it's in the UK btw
Got a Yoga 260 from ebay half year ago, and have zero issues so far.
Still love this device. Only issues I have ever had are if I load the Wacom drivers for the Express Key Remote, I can lose the pen when I go back and forth in Yoga mode. Probably due to the Nvidia GPu taking over. Other than that, it's been flawless.
Hi guys, I got some blemishes on the laptop monitor that only appear on a dark background, I just checked the Lenovo website and the LCD assembly costs 389$ !
Is there a possibility of replacing only the LCD itself without the other parts? The blemish is really annoying
@Bewinxed yes there is, check out eBay.
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