I posted about this on the wacom europe forums but I haven't got a response as yet and I'm kind of in a rush to fix this issue (I have some work due this coming weeked :S).
In the last few days I've upgraded to Vista Ultimate (32-bit) from Windows XP Pro (32-bit). I use a Razer Copperhead mouse along with a Logitech G12 Keyboard. The tablet I use is the Bamboo Fun Medium.
The problem I'm having is that as soon as I plug my wacom into my computer, Vista installs some drivers. On reboot, my mouse no longer works at ALL and I the programmable keys on my keyboard don't work either.
At this point I just go back to a restore point I made before plugging the wacom in.
I've tried first installing Wacom's Latest Driver for Bamboo Fun Medium (version 505-7). I restart, everything is fine. Then I plug the wacom in - Vista installs its own drivers (which, I'm pretty sure may be needed anyway) and upon reboot I get the exact same issue.
After I've plugged the tablet in and before I've reboot, the tablet works fine and gets along well with the mouse and keyboard. It's only on restart after plugging the wacom in that this problem occurs.
If anyone knows how to fix this it would be HUGELY appreciated since I love my wacom and it would be a pity to live without it :(
On a side note, I have no issues with this tablet on my Laptop which is running Vista Business Edition.
Help my obi-wan-kenobi, you're my only hope.
Thanks in advance,