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Need AutoCAD R14 ADI Drivers for GTCO CalComp DrawingBoard VI

Need AutoCAD R14 ADI Drivers for GTCO CalComp DrawingBoard VI

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My 88 year-old father wants to use his old AutoCAD R14.01 with his Drawing Board VI Digitizer. He has a 16 button puck and custom menus defined. I have all his custom files in the SUPPORT directory.

I have successfully installed R14 in Windows 7.0 XPMODE using a USB to RS-232 emulation software. I have the GTCO CalComp TabletWorks v.10.09 installed and it is recognizing the tablet but there is no ADI driver in the pointer configuration inside AutoCAD. I have tried the WinTab v.4.1 (I think it is 4.1) but that does not work.

Does anyone out there have the R14 ADI drivers for his digitizer?

I used to be a CAD administrator from R10-R14 but it has been over a decade so I could use a brief instructions on how to install the ADI drivers.

Any help would be most appreciated!:)

Thanks,
Jody

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