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Huion tablets are designed to inspire people's creativity with our patented pen and natural way of drawing.

If you have any troubleshooting problems on the Huion products, please don't hesitate to contact us. You may feel free to leave a comment on our [Huion Blog] as well. :3

Aftermarket: service@huiontablet.com

Or you can find us on twitter, facebook, tumblr, google+
Attention attention!

The Huion GT-220 tablet monitor (with IPS panel) is going to be released on August 15, 2014. Clap 

The even more exciting news is, we are giving special offers for the first 100 Pre-orders! La la la la


Q: Where do I pre-order?
A:For now we only accept pre-orders from email orders by contacting us(service@huiontablet.com) directly and from Amazon(UK/US/CA). Here are the Amazon links:

Amazon US: $100 OFF + Extra Gifts. Enter code YLSPEPGU at checkout. www.amazon.com/Huion-Monitor-I…

Amazon UK: £58.00 OFF + Extra Gifts. Enter code WXL2QLMC at checkout. www.amazon.co.uk/Huion-Monitor…

Amazon CA: CDN$107 OFF + Extra Gifts. Place an order and the discount will take effect automatically. www.amazon.ca/Huion-Inches-Dis…


Q: How am I suppose to know if I'm still in the first 100?
A: We will cut the special offer right away when it reaches 100. So if you are still able to place an order with the codes, you are good to go.


Q: What are the differences between the GT-190 and GT-220?
A: Please refer to the image from below.


If you have any other questions in this regard, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Good luck everybody!:) (Smile)

Regards,
HUION
Here’s a sneak peek of our new HD monitor~!! 1920x1080 Resolution  


Find it on Amazon!

Dear All,

Good news!
The Sketchbook incompatibility issue has been solved in our latest driver(for Windows operating system) updated in June 20.

Please feel free to download it from our official website:

www.huiontablet.com/download/

 
Please be so kind to let us know what’s your suggestion after trying this driver.
We will try our best to meet your need.

Best regards,
Huion

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Alpha-Ninja-Studio Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Hi, I have windows 8.1. The Pen display menu will not open at all. Whenever I click on the icon, I just get a notification stating "the program is running" - there is no way for me to adjust any of the settings. This means the tablet is unworkable, because the sensitivity settings are far too high. How do I get the menu working again? I have uninstalled and reinstalled it several times. The tablet will not work without the driver installed - I tried that already.

Thanks.
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huion Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Hi, please log out the tablet driver and close the drawing programs you are running first, then go to C:\Program Files\Pen Display(or C:\Program Files\Tablet Driver) right click the tabletdriver.exe and choose run as an Administrator.
Hope this will be helpful.
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Alpha-Ninja-Studio Featured By Owner 6 days ago
That is what I did. I still get the window stating "the program is running"
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huion Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Please try our new driver (0911 ver.) and see if it helps.
Here's the download link:www.idrive.com/idrive/sh/sh?k=…
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Alpha-Ninja-Studio Featured By Owner 6 days ago
And I just tried the latest updated driver you posted... same exact problem. :/
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huion Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Maybe it's because the former driver wasn't completely deleted before the new one is installed. Please follow the next few steps and try again:
1. Uninstall the Huion driver from control panel.
2. Go into device manager; go through the Human Interface Device list, the pointing device list, and the usb device list. Delete any drivers that are in any way connected to tablets.
3. Find the "TabletDriver" folder from C:\Program files\ and delete it. (If you are not able to find this folder, that means you have deleted it already, and you may skip this step.)
4. Unplug the tablet
5.
Install the 0911 driver as an Administrator.
6. Reboot the computer and wait until it finishes rebooting.
7. Plug the tablet in.

I hope this will work for you. Thank you.
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Alpha-Ninja-Studio Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Good news - I completed the installation, and so far so good. I can finally open up my Pendisplay.exe and make adjustments to the pen sensitivity, and the screen appears to be working well with Adobe CS6 Photoshop - I'll keep using it tonight, and if I still run into issues I'll let you know.

Thanks again for all the help here... I'm not sure what caused the problem in the first place (the tablet originally worked for months with no issue) - my guess it was one of the Windows updates. But whatever the issue was, your new driver appears to have fixed it.

I'll post up some of my creations later. :D
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Noxaurus Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi. I bought a Huion H58L back in March and I've loved using it. However it doesn't seem to want to work properly with Paint Tool SAI and my dual monitor set up properly? I have it set so that it should only work on the bottom screen and does so when it's not on SAI. Now before I switched monitors, it would suddenly start going across both screens even though it was set up only to work on the bottom on, and after changing monitors the cursor suddenly jumps to the very top of the top screen whenever I try to use SAI and won't move anywhere else. I've updated the drivers several times since having this tablet, but I don't know what else to do. I'm also currently using the most current version of SAI.
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huion Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Hi, sorry for the late reply. Does the same issue happen when you try the tablet with other drawing software?
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Noxaurus Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I checked using Krita, FireAlpaca and Paint. Krita kept crashing (for whatever reason), there was a great delay with FireAlpaca in which it appeared to pick up the movement of the tablet pen but wouldn't actually register it until the mouse was clicked. Microsoft Paint seemed to be the only program that responded normally to the tablet with both monitors plugged in.
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