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I've bought a new graphic tablet(Ugee M708), so I followed the instructions to install driver. After doing that, the tablet seemed to be working well, but the next day when I turned the computer on again, the buttons of the tablet didn't work.
So I checked in the settings and I found that Windows was using its own drivers for tablets and touch screens for the graphic tablet, even though there were still the other ones installed.
I uninstalled the Windows one from the device management of Windows, but every time I disconnect the graphic table and then I connect it again or I turn off the computer it's again the same.
How can I block windows from using its own driver? Or can I uninstall/deactivate them forever?