Just unpack the driver. I use it to work with the tablet and crosshair cursor as a mouse. It works fine.
Here is the steps I took to get it working.
Unpack the Tablet driver to a temp directory
1.) Connect Tablet Power/Data cables to Tablet and USB adapter
2.) Connect USB adapter to PC
Switch on Tablet
3.) Start Computer
Windows detects USB adapter
The following assumes you are using the same USB to serial adapter as me, although some other USB to serial adapter may work as-well.
Still available on eBay for about £6. (IT says Y-105 on the packaging)
(use the Y-105 drivers for this adapter the CD has about 20 without instructions as to which to use, Driver Support for Win98se,2k,and XP,Vista,Mac)
From the Windows detects new hardware wizard that pops up
Go to the driver folder for the USB adapter
Select the driver ver1.3\*.inf file for your OS
Select OK (Several times)
You now have an extra com port (mine is COM3)
(Displayed in device manager, under ports as Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COM#) )
4.) Windows might detect the tablet, but it probably won't work
Run the WSetup.exe setup program from the temp directory you unpacked to.
When the setup program asks what the Tablet is connected to, DO NOT select USB,
Instead select Serial
Serial ports are scanned and the tablet should be detected.
Continue with Installation
The Tablet will be enabled after login.
5.) Use Tablet, YeeHa!
To configure the tablet open the Control Panel applet.
Don't Forget to Download the PenTools
I'm Using PenTools (English) ver.3_02 (PTW302EN) in win2k.
Driver installed quickly, whole installation takes less than 30 seconds(If you have the rest wired up), it automatically found the tab
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