Tablet Drivers. A hardware driver is. Windows - Driver 6.3.15-1 (Win 7, 8 and 10) Windows 10. Graphire3, Graphire4, One by Wacom, Bamboo One, Bamboo Manga. I'm operating a 64bit windows 10 system. I feel like the rest of the details are unnecessary. Acer Al1916w Driver Windows 10 there. My main issue is that my graphire4 tablet.
The Wacom Graphire 3 was an entry level graphical tablet, slightly better than the Bamboo. I have had this one for I don’t know how long, and it has served my needs just right.
After I started using macOS a few years ago, I also used the Wacom with it, and it was mostly a no-issues kind of device. It worked just fine and its size made it just right for carrying around if needed. The mouse though It worked fine, but I’ve never used it – the A6 size is ok for working with the pen but smallish for a mouse. In any case, the latest iteration of macOS (Sierra or 10.12) brought incompatibility with this device and others I have on my desk. This is something that Windows still does a lot better than macOS: support for an oldish device can end just like that (even if it works just fine for the current tech age).
As I can’t change from macOS to Windows for my day-to-day workflow (in too deep), I ended up doing what Apple wants you to do: buy a newer device. So I did that, and reluctantly sold the Graphire 3. There are some very tricky instructions on the web to make it work on a Mac, but it was just too cumbersome. For anyone interested in which are the latest drivers for Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10), here’s where to get them.