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Danny Phantom

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Hi! I'm having difficulty installing a tablet on my Windows XP computer. Whenever I try to install it I get half way through the installation and am told that it is only compatible with a Windows 98 PC. I was wondering if there would be any way to install this tablet?

It is a Jam Studio tablet from KB Gear Interactive, model # KG-TAB1

That's what it says on the back, anyway.
Thank you for any help! :whistling:
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KB Gear liquidated and as of Nov. 1, 2001, is no longer in business

I looked but didn't see it yet

http://www.drivergui...vices8/458.html

" it does'nt exist. I have the same tablet, and there are no drivers or upgrades available as KB Gear is no more! "
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Ah, that's a pity :whistling: . Thank you nyway
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Load the installation CD, cancel auto run, right click the CD ROM drive in my computer, click explore, right click the set up file, click properties, compatibility, tick run this programme in compatibilty mode for 98, click apply and then run it

It's an outside chance
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I managed to install the software, but now I have no idea how to get the tab working! :whistling: It's a USB one. What should I do?
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What happens if you remove the USB lead, do you hear bing bong?
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Yes, it does
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Has the tablet got a pen or mouse, if you open an image and place the pen on the tablet does the cursor show

Have you got Office?
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