jbomb: yes, 64 bit dual touch/pen. If you only have pen, download the standard wacom drivers. If you have dual touch and 64 bit, the drivers from Fujitsu's website have problems. ** Update: it looks like this fix worked for me to get pressure sensitivity, but only in some applications. PDF revu and OneNote have pressure sensitivity, but Photoshop still does not. I never use photoshop, so I'm calling this good. The process that worked for me is slightly simpler than the others I've seen posted. Basically, I found no need to install the modified Wacom driver on top of an already installed Fujitsu driver. It sounds like the other processes work for others. Credit goes to sinkpoint and maretard, two Lenovo owners with installed drivers which were even more messed up than Fujitsu's. Here is a set of steps that worked for me: 1 Driver download 1.1) Download and extract the Fujistu driver 1.2) Download and extract the Wacom driver Extraction can be performed with WinRAR. The driver links are from maretard's post, above, and are repeated here for ease of use. I make no claims as to how updated these drivers are - just that they work and are fairly recent at time of writing. Ideally, Fujitsu would update its driver to work with 64 bit Win7, making this entire process superfluous. 2 Driver Modification Any instruction to copy is to copy from the Fujitsu driver folders into the Wacom driver folders 2.1) Copy and replace Installer.dat and Common.dat 2.2) Copy any file that does not exist in the Wacom folders. For me, these were: PenCal.exe in system32 and system32/64 2.3) Copy and replace any .exe file which starts with WTouch in both the system32 and system32/64 folders. For me, this set of files was: WTouchCPL.exe WTouchService.exe WTouchUser.exe I did not copy WTouchAPI.dll 3 Driver installation 3.1) Uninstall whatever drivers you have, allow the uninstall to restart. In a standard installation, you will want to uninstall "Pen Tablet" in the "Programs and Features" list. _____I did not need this step: 3.1a) Run setup.exe in the Fujistu folder, allow the install to restart. 3.2) Run setup.exe in the Wacom folder, allow the install to restart. You should now have a mostly functioning pressure sensitive driver installation.