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HelloI need to install the Bamboo Pen & Touch in my mac, but I have macOS Big Sur 11.4. The installation CD cannot be read because it's not compatible. Does anyone know if there is a chance to install it or have the drivers?Thanks in advance for your help
I noticed my Wacom Intuos 3 mouse was acting strange (clicks not always being registered). I tried to re-install the Wacom Drivers for the tablet to troubleshoot whether this was a hardware (mouse itself) or software (drivers) problem.
When I reinstalled the latest drivers that work with Intuos 3 tablets for Mac (Driver 6.3.15-3), the Wacom Preferences Pane kept saying there was something wrong with the driver and the computer needed to be restarted, and if the issue persisted to re-install the driver. I restarted my computer a few times and still had the issue, then I un-installed and I re-installed the driver and still had the issue.
I then tried installing the most recent drivers (Driver 6.3.37-3 for macOS 10.11 - 10.15) because I thought that might work with my newer Mac OS, and after installation the Wacom Preferences Pane kept saying there were no devices attached, even when my tablet was plugged in.
How do I get drivers for Intuos 3 that work with Mac OS 10.12? It used to work just fine, but now with no working drivers, my tablet is not mapped to my screen properly and using my mouse/pen is terrible.
Wacom's macOS drivers for Bamboo, Graphire, Intuos 1, 2 & 3 and Cintiq 1st gen tablets have bugs in them that cause them to completely fail to start on macOS 10.15 Catalina and later versions (including 11 Big Sur and 12 Monterey). This doesn't apply to the Windows driver, or to the drivers for their newer tablets.
Whilst I am very pleased with the Pen & Touch, everything I like about it is included in the much cheaper pen-only version. However, that is just because touch support is so disappointing on Linux. This will probably improve as the community works on the drivers (or Wacom might even start releasing Linux drivers themselves!). 2b1af7f3a8