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Did you just encounter with the Wacom ‘The Tablet Driver Was Not Found” error on your computer? Here’s the guide that can help you fix the problem and get your Wacom tablet working fine again.

When you’re all set to work and open the Wacom tablet options just to find out that the Wacom tablet is not working due to driver issues. Why are you seeing this error with your Wacom tablet and how do you fix it? Let’s see.

What is a Wacom Tablet Driver?

For those who don’t know, a Wacom tablet is an essential input device used by professional graphics designs to create custom designs. It produces touch-sensitive graphics. You can use the pen or brush to give nice effects to your photographs.

But all these exciting features are worthless if you’re unable to use your Wacom tablet due to the driver not found issues.

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What is “Wacom Tablet Driver Not Found” Error?

Wacom tablet driver not found is a common problem experienced by Wacom tablet users. When you get this error, it means that your computer is unable to find the necessary files for the proper functioning of the Wacom tablet.

This happens when you accidentally delete the Wacom tablet driver or it gets corrupted. Sometimes conflict between different files and drivers can also cause this error.

How to Fix Wacom Tablet Driver Not Found Issue?

Now that we know the possible reason causing the Wacom Tablet error on your PC, We’ve listed all the possible fixes to solve this error. Let’s get started

1. Restart Wacom Services

This one is the most popular method when it comes to fixing ‘tablet not working issue. Please note that in this solution you’ll be restarting the complete program and refreshing all the data. Let’s do it-

  • Press and hold Windows + R keys to open the Run command box
  • Here, type services.msc and hit the Enter key

 

Restart Wacom Services

  • Search for TabletServiceWacom from the list of results
  • Right-click on it and select Restart

Restart Wacom Services

  • Now, exit the service window and see if everything’s fixed

If this method has worked for you, make a new batch file so that you don’t need to do it manually again. Follow the steps mentioned below to perform the task.

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  • Open your text document and enter the following text-
@echo off

 NET STOP WTabletServicePro

 timeout /t 5 / nobreak> NUL

 NET START WTabletServicePro

 timeout /t 2 / nobreak> NUL
  • Save this file under .bat format

Done! You can keep a check if everything’s working correctly.

2. Update the Wacom Tablet Driver

Corrupted, outdated or missing drivers can be one of the reasons causing the issue. Perform the steps mentioned below to update your drivers.

  • Visit the official Wacom website and find a compatible driver for your device, here’s the Wacom drivers page
  • Once you’ve found the correct drivers, download and install them on your PC

Done! You’ve successfully installed the missing drivers and updated the corrupt drivers on your system.

3. Uninstall the Wacom Tablet Program

You can try to uninstall the Wacom tablet program to fix this issue. Let’s do it-

  • Press and hold Windows + R keys to open the Run dialog box
  • Here, type devmgmt.msc and press Enter

 

Uninstall the Wacom Tablet Program

  • In the Services window, find for Human Interface Devices category and click on it
  • Now look for the Wacom Tablet icon and right-click on it
  • Select Uninstall Device from the drop-down menu

Once it’s done, close the services window and check if the error persists.

Alternatively, you can also perform the steps mentioned below to uninstall and reinstall the software.

  • In the Run Window, run appwiz.cpl
  • Search for Wacom and tap on Uninstall
  • Now, exit the window and reboot your PC

Once it restarts, check if the problem is solved.

4. Roll Back Wacom Drivers

According to many users, rolling back drivers have worked for them to fix the issue. Let’s try it out

  • Right click on the start menu and click on Device Manager
  • Search for Human Interface Devices and now, look for Wacom tablet and right-click on it
  • Select Properties from the drop-down menu
  • Head to the Driver tab and tap on the Roll Back Driver option

Once it’s rolled back, check if the driver works now.

5. Use a Command in the Command Prompt

Well if nothing works, try out this not so simple method to fix the issue.

  • Hit the Windows key and type cmd
  • Right-click on the Command Prompt icon from the list of results
  • Select to Run as an Admin

 

Use a Command in the Command Prompt

  • Now, enter the following code:
mklink /j “D:\Program Files\Tablet” or “C:\Program Files\Tablet”

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Wait for the process to take place and then check if the issue is fixed.

6. Check the Hardware

It sounds like a general and obvious method, but we suggest you try out this method first.

  • Make sure that wire is plugged in correctly in the port
  • If the original port doesn’t work, try out another one
  • Try to plug the hardware in another PC and check if it is working properly
  • Try to connect it through another USB cord

Make sure that your hardware device is connected properly. Get to the software fixes if all of the points are checked.

That’s not all! You can even perform a quick reboot to your program to fix any temporary issue causing ‘Wacom Tablet Driver Not found.‘’

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