OK, i have a feeling i know what the answer to this is going to be, but i hope hope hope that i am wrong. I was researching my new tablet (Lenovo x201t) and i saw somewhere that while you cannot use Wacom Intuos or Cintiq pens, you CAN use old wacom Graphire or Bamboo pens on any penabled tablet PC. so i wanted a pen with a second button and a little more heft than the one included with my tablet, and bought this: Amazon.com: Bamboo Fun Pen Black: Electronics It is as far as i can tell a normal Bamboo pen. Yesterday when it arrived, i fired up my PC and while my original pen still works fine, the new Bamboo one does not respond. is there a place where i need to tell the computer to look for a new pen? or something i need to do to activate it? or (as i might fear) did i buy a pen incompatible with my computer and just need to return it and get soemthing else (suggestions?) ALSO -- i have been looking a lot at what this person did -- as their review of the X201t is what swung me around to it -- and here is a step by step they gave for having the wacom driver updated-- deviantART: fox-orian's Journal: Your Tablet PC and Drivers, Calibrating the Pen BUT -- i have yet to be able to see calibration that he describes where it is only 2 points ...every time i try it is still 4. does this mean i have not started running on Wacom drivers when using programs like photoshop? (i still have pressure sensitivity -- but not sure if having wacom drivers (provide that i dont already) active would provide an extra level of enjoyment and more accurate whatever than what i have now thanks in advance for all you guys and your helpfulness. these forums have really really been a life saver for this whole process.