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This will launch the device manager. Locate the Walcom tablet from the device list, right-click it and choose 'Update driver.' A new window pops up asking if you want to automatically or manually update the drivers. Select the second option (manually). Browse and connect the drivers to the location you downloaded. 1.Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit Enter to open Device Manager. 2.Expand Human Interface Devices then right-click on your Wacom Tablet and select Update driver. 3.On the next screen, select “ Automatically search for updated driver software “. Select Updates to see what (if any) updates are available for your Wacom product. Important: Your Wacom product must be connected to your computer to see available updates. If updates are available, select the respective link and carefully follow all instructions as you update your driver or product.

If you can’t get your Wacom tablet to work, and when you check the Wacom Desktop Center, it says: “No Device Connected“, you’re not alone. Many Windows users have seen this problem before.

Annoying as it might seem, it’s not hard to fix. Here are 3 solutions for you to try. You don’t need to try them all, just work your way down and find the one works for you.

The following screen shots are shown on Windows 10, but they work on Windows 7 as well.

1. Restart Wacom Services

The reason why your Wacom stops working properly could be that Wacom service was turned off by some program with your knowing. To fix it:

1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and R at the same time, type services.msc and press Enter.

2) Press T key on your keyboard to faster locate TabletServiceWacom. Right-click it and click Restart.

If the Restart is not an option for you, select Stop and then Start to restart it.

3) Wait for the process to finish. You may need to restart your computer afterwards.

2. Re-install Wacom Tablet Driver

Faulty driver could be the cause of your not working hardware. To fix such a problem, try re-install Wacom Tablet driver:

1) On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key and X at the same time and click Device Manager.

2) Expand Human Interface Devices and right-click the Wacom device you see in your Device Manager window, select Uninstall device.

Click Uninstall to confirm the change.

3) Restart your computer. Then Windows will locate a driver for you. Install as instructed.

3. Update Wacom Tablet Driver (Recommended)

Your problem is probably being caused by driver issues. The steps above may resolve it, but if they don’t, or you’re not confident playing around with drivers manually, you can do it automatically with Driver Easy.

Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don’t need to know exactly what system your computer is running, you don’t need to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don’t need to worry about making a mistake when installing.

You can update your drivers automatically with either the FREE or the Pro version of Driver Easy. But with the Pro version it takes just 2 clicks (and you get full support and a 30-day money back guarantee):

1) Downloadand install Driver Easy.

2) Run Driver Easy and click the Scan Now button. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers.

3) Click the Update button next to the flagged Wacom Tablet driver to automatically download and install the correct version of this driver (you can do this with the FREE version).

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Or click Update All to automatically download and install the correct version of all the drivers that are missing or out of date on your system (this requires the Pro version – you’ll be prompted to upgrade when you click Update All).

You can use locally attached USB devices, such as thumb flash drives, cameras, and printers, from a remote desktop. This feature is called USB redirection.

When you use this feature, most USB devices that are attached to the local client system become available from a menu in Horizon Client. You use the menu to connect and disconnect the devices.

Note: With View Agent 6.1 or later, or Horizon Agent 7.0 or later, you can also redirect locally connected USB thumb flash drives and hard disks for use in published desktops and remote applications. Other types of USB devices, including other types of storage devices, such as security storage drives and USB CD-ROM, are not supported in published desktops and applications. With Horizon Agent 7.0.2 or later, published desktops and applications can support more generic USB devices, including TOPAZ Signature Pad, Olympus Dictation Foot pedal, and Wacom signature pad. Other types of USB devices, including security storage drivers and USB CD-ROM drives, are not supported in published desktops and applications.

Using USB devices with remote desktops has the following limitations:

  • When you access a USB device from a menu in Horizon Client and use the device in a remote desktop, you cannot access the device on the local computer.
  • USB devices that do not appear in the menu, but are available in a remote desktop, include human interface devices such as keyboards and pointing devices. The remote desktop and the local computer use these devices at the same time. Interaction with these devices can sometimes be slow because of network latency.
  • Large USB disk drives can take several minutes to appear in the desktop.
  • Some USB devices require specific drivers. If a required driver is not already installed on a remote desktop, you might be prompted to install it when you connect the USB device to the remote desktop.
  • If you plan to attach USB devices that use MTP drivers, such as Android-based Samsung smart phones and tablets, configure Horizon Client so that it automatically connects USB devices to your remote desktop. Otherwise, if you try to manually redirect the USB device by using a menu item, the device is not redirected unless you unplug the device and then plug it in again.
  • Do not connect to scanners by using the Connect USB Device menu. To use a scanner device, use the scanner redirection feature. This feature is available for Horizon Client when used with View Agent 6.0.2 or later or Horizon Agent 7.0 or later. See Using Scanners.
  • Webcams are not supported for USB redirection using the Connect USB Device menu. To use a webcam or audio input device, you must use the Real-Time Audio-Video feature. See Using the Real-Time Audio-Video Feature for Webcams and Microphones.
  • The redirection of USB audio devices depends on the state of the network and is not reliable. Some devices require a high data throughput even when they are idle. Audio input and output devices work well with the Real-Time Audio-Video feature. You do not need to use USB redirection for those devices.
  • You cannot format a redirected USB drive in a published desktop on an RDS host unless you connect to the remote desktop as an administrator user.

You can connect USB devices to a remote desktop either manually or automatically.

Note: Do not redirect USB devices such as USB Ethernet devices and touch screen devices to the remote desktop. If you redirect a USB Ethernet device, your client system loses network connectivity. If you redirect a touch screen device, the remote desktop receives touch input but not keyboard input. If you have set your virtual desktop to autoconnect USB devices, you can configure a policy to exclude specific devices.
  • To use USB devices with a remote desktop, a Horizon administrator must enable the USB feature for the remote desktop.
  • When Horizon Client was installed, the USB Redirection component must have been installed. If you did not include this component in the installation, uninstall the client and run the installer again to include the USB Redirection component.

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  • Manually connect the USB device to a remote desktop.
    1. Connect the USB device to your local client system.
    2. From the VMware Horizon Client menu bar, click Connect USB Device.
    3. Select the USB device.
    The device is manually redirected from the local system to the remote desktop.
  • Connect the USB device to a remote hosted application.
    1. In the desktop and application selector window, open the remote application.
      The name of the application is the name that your administrator has configured for the application.
    2. In the desktop and application selector window, right-click the application icon and select Settings.
    3. In the left pane, select USB Devices.
    4. In the right pane, select the USB device and click Connect.
    5. Select the application, and click OK.
      Note: The name of the application in the list comes from the application itself and might not match the application name that your administrator configured to appear in the desktop and application selector window.
      You can now use the USB device with the remote application. After you close the application, the USB device is not released right away.
    6. When you are finished using the application, to release the USB device so that you can access it from your local system, in the desktop and application selector window, open the Settings window again, select USB Devices, and select Disconnect.
  • Configure Horizon Client to connect USB devices automatically to the remote desktop when you plug them in to the local system.
    Use the autoconnect feature if you plan to connect devices that use MTP drivers, such as Android-based Samsung smart phones and tablets.
    1. Before you plug in the USB device, start Horizon Client and connect to a remote desktop.
    2. From the VMware Horizon Client menu bar, select Connect USB Device > Autoconnect USB Devices when Inserted.
    3. Plug in the USB device.
    USB devices that you connect to your local system after you start Horizon Client are redirected to the remote desktop.
  • Configure Horizon Client to connect USB devices automatically to the remote desktop when Horizon Client starts.
    1. From the VMware Horizon Client menu bar, select Connect USB Device > Autoconnect USB Devices at Startup.
    2. Plug in the USB device and restart Horizon Client.
    USB devices that are connected to the local system when you start Horizon Client are redirected to the remote desktop.

The USB device appears in the desktop. A USB device might take up to 20 seconds to appear in the desktop. The first time you connect the device to the desktop you might be prompted to install drivers.

If the USB device does not appear in the desktop after several minutes, disconnect and reconnect the device to the client computer.