06-12-2006 02:58 PM
Let me know if anyone else is having any luck.
I'll just keep trying and using the pen on another computer.
09-16-2006 01:12 PM
I've not successfully figured out a way to make it work normally. This is what I've found on RC1:
You can either
(1) Disable user access control (not recommended)
or, this is what I ended up doing:
* Enable Administrator account and log in as Administrator.
* On the Admin account, change the software settings to point to the "IO Documents" of your normal account.
* Turn off "convert document during download"
Now, log in as Administrator to download off the pen, log out, then log in under your normal user account to process the .pen documents.
I also found (thankfully) that I hadn't lost all my documents like I thought I had, they were still in the pen, but the PC software thought they had already been downloaded.
09-22-2006 12:42 AM
1) Leave pen out of cradle.
Download the latest (4.1) package off Logitech website and run through the install.
Fix so that the launcher runs as a full admin...
3.1) In Control Panel, select "Programs", "Change Startup Programs" and disable/remove "io2 pen"
3.2) Find "Pen.TrayIcon.exe" under "program files\logitech\io2software", right-click and click "Pin to start menu" or "Add to quick lanch" (whatever is preference). Right-click again and click "Properties". Click "Compatability" tab, and click "Show settings for all users". Enable "Run as administrator".
This adds a manual step to start the pen software, and you will get prompted if you want to run as administrator.
Put pen in cradle, and when prompted for driver software, browse to the location where the software was unpacked into during stage 2. If not certain, specify "c:\program files" and enable "search sub-directories".
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