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Will this old Wacom tablet work on my Macbook Pro?


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Hey - quick question -

I have one of the really old school wacom tablets, the WACOM Digitizer II UD 0608 A Graphics Tablet, and I'm using OS X Leopard on a Macbook pro. The wacom website doesnt supply the drivers I need to get it working, and any drivers I seem to find over the internet don't work either.
Does anybody know if they are compatible, and if so where I can get the drivers to get it working?

Thanks a million!
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Does it have USB or is it an old mac serial connector

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It had a PS/2 connection, but I had a USB adaptor for it.
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Have you tried this driver?

Download TabletMagic for Mac - Driver for older Wacom tablets. MacUpdate Mac Other Software Downloads

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Just tried - but alas! no luck. Thank you anyway.
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