Just a little hint that has worked for me in the past. A lot of products - especially tablets - are made by companies other than what their badge says. Searching for the FCC number (printed on the back or underside) will reveal the actual manufacturer, and there is a good chance that they will have drivers that work.
In this way I found that my KTX branded tablet was actually made by Aiptek, and the Aiptek driver worked fine.
Of course, I would also second the motion that a Wacom is the only tablet worth buying these days, and if you have anything else I'd consider trading it in.
- iMac G5 1.8GHZ 17" | SuperDrive | 160GB | 512MB | Airport Extreme | Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse | Wacom Intuos II
- Pentax *ist DL - JVC MiniDV Camcorder - Airport Express - iPod Nano 1gb white