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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?

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  • "How can I block windows using its own driver?" - You should be able to determine the location of the .inf file and simply remove it. This will allow you in theory always select the .inf file you want Windows to use. You could also trick Windows by, using the contents of .inf file you want to use, and replace the contents of the .inf Windows seems to want to use. – Ramhound May 9 '17 at 16:05
  • @Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I'm not talking about updates, but possibility to choose a driver instead of another that is the default of windows – Edoardo99 May 9 '17 at 17:31
  • @Ramhound any other way? – Edoardo99 May 9 '17 at 20:27
  • @Edoardo99 - I suggested multiple ways. – Ramhound May 9 '17 at 21:32
  • @Ramhound but every time I reconnect the tablet the window's driver will be reinstalled, so I think I can only trick windows changing the .inf file, but I have 2 drivers associated to the graphic tablet; one is the one of a tablet/external touch screen and the other is of a mouse, wich one .inf file should i pick? – Edoardo99 May 14 '17 at 14:16