T935 - Default Windows 10 pen driver conflicting with Wacom Feel driver?

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  1. NeoEevee

    NeoEevee Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I recently upgraded from a T904 via refurbishment from eBay. I'm pleased as punch with the improvements in performance and am largely content with how the tablet pen handles fresh from the box with the "default" Windows 10 pen driver. However, I felt I wasn't getting the range of pen pressure I was with my old laptop (I'm drawing mainly in a 2015 build of Photoshop, if that makes any difference, since it's going to be a totally different headache if this is a software issue). So I downloaded and installed the 7.6-36 version Wacom Feel driver (found here: http://us.wacom.com/en/feeldriver/) to see if that would be an improvement over what came with the machine when I turned it on for the first time.

    After installing the Wacom driver and restarting, however, my tablet pen ceased to function completely and didn't start working again until I uninstalled the "Wacom device" listed under the Device Manager panel and restarted the computer again. Some searching around leads me to believe I may have to uninstall the current pen driver (HID-compliant pen in the device manager, I think) and reinstall the Wacom driver, but I'm reluctant to try out this educated guess unless I'm either reasonably sure I'm on the right track, or can reinstall the default driver with little headache.

    Advice? Am I totally barking up the wrong tree here?

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