I have a KBGear tablet
Yeah, these drawing tablets were are real nice alternative to the more expensive units way back when. The problem was that they never installed properly.
The only possible way you can get it working is if your OS has some way of operating in a 32-bit mode. If it does and you still have been unable to install the device, after following the instructions, is to re-install the device after a restart and with the table plugged-in to the computer.
If you meant you'd have to buy a new KBGear drawing tablet, then no, you wont. That company has not been in business for several years, so long that their website isn't active.
Don't feel all alone. The responses to my solutions for these devices suggest that there are a lot of people sharing your same problems.
I think if there were more advertising dollars spent on this subject the company and these tablets would still exist. They gave the home, digital-art enthusiast a chance to work and play as do the people that have loads of money within their reach.
If anyone knows a similar product for under $65, let the rest of us know about it here.
May everything you own work on the first try,
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on Nov 06, 2013