Windows 7 - Buttons not working

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  1. justauser

    justauser Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Besides the shock sensor issues, I've also found that the button on the tablet aren't working. ANyone else see this or have a work around? I'm thinking of re-installing this software.
     
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    Kyle Porter Veteran Moderator Senior Member

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    We need to know what type of tablet you are using to help you. Usually it is fixed through windows update.

    On tablet buttons for hp, they usually use a program called "hp quick launch buttons". Other companies use something similar, but we still need to know what tablet you are talking about.
     
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    rafty Tablet Fan

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    Hey,

    I'm assuming you're using a fujitsu since this is the fujitsu section.
    The shock sensor requires: Extension driver, extension utility and the shock sensor utility.
    The buttons i think require the "buttons driver and utility"

    Ryan
     
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    gusvic Pen Pal - Newbie

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    The buttons on my T4215 didnt work after installing the drivers with Win7. Today I went to the device manager and to human interface devices. There I found Fijitsu Button Device. I went into properties and while trying to update the driver it listed two of them. I took the second one and ... it works. Dont know exactly if this will work for others too ... :)
     
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