So, I had to wipe my computer due to a virus a few days ago, which brought along all the joys of reinstalling everything on my computer - including my Wacom drivers and Photoshop. The tablet is a Surface Pro 2 running Windows 8.1. For whatever reason, every other art program I've gotten to work just fine. No issues, as far as I can tell. But Photoshop? If I hit the new layer button with my tablet pen, it won't work and when I try to use the brush tool, then it won't recognize strokes, just random dots. But even if I use only the mouse to add a new layer, the tablet will just randomly cut out. Then it's the same thing - no matter how hard I press or how softly, no matter the angle of the strokes, it all just comes out as a single dot. The only solution I can find to get it working again is to go to the Wacom Feel driver settings and mess with the pen settings a bit. When I apply the change, for whatever reason, it brings the sensitivity back (Edit: I've been experimenting, and minimizing then maximizing the window seems to work too). But if I have to do that constantly for something is simple as a layer change, there's no way I can use Photoshop properly. I've tried messing with the drivers, but I don't honestly know what I'm doing. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Wacom Feel driver multiple times and it doesn't seem to make a difference. Does anyone have any advice?