Trust Wireless Tablet (TB-3100)

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I am wondering if there is a way to use this tablet on a MacPro; it works only for windows.
Somewere on Trust website it is written that this product should run on a mac; but then they say to take a look on the Internet to find the drivers...

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I found a driver recommende

I found a driver recommended Here, but it's third party. The specifications on Trust's website don't mention Macintosh at all, nor do they offer anything other than Windows drivers.

...alternatively, since you have a MacPro, you could install Windows.

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The driver works!

"The specifications on Trust's website don't mention Macintosh at all, nor do they offer anything other than Windows drivers."
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have a look:
http://www.trust.com/products/product_detail.aspx?item=12579&section=support
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it is written:
"How to install the driver?
To install the driver on the Macintosh, Download the driver from Internet or use the driver from the CD-ROM
1. Run setup program in installation CD
2. Restart Mac. Don't plug-in tablet connector to USB port at this time.
3. After system reboot, plug-in tablet connector to "root" USB port.
(do not use the USB port of extension(eg. in keyboard) or USB Hub)
4. Test tablet with "Trust Wireless Design & Work" of in control panel."
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Anyway, thank you a lot for the driver: it works!
I also have windows installed and I will try to compare the two drivers.
It is impossible to draw anything with this HW+macPro using photoshop; this is my belief...

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Re: The driver works!

BERMARTE wrote:

To install the driver on the Macintosh, Download the driver from Internet or use the driver from the CD-ROM

That's bizarre, since the specifications and download pages don't mention Mac at all.

Glad you have it working!

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