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HP active pen not working

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I have tried connecting my pen to my HP spectre laptop and in settignit says its connect but when i try use my pen on my screen it doen't do anything the button at the top works and it opens up 'window ink workspace' tab when i click it but the pen doesnt actually draw or what not

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@ola123

Which Spectre do you have- there are many models. Not every Spectre laptop works with an Active pen- not every Active pen works with all models of Spectre.

 

Post "full" Product Name or Product number of your laptop.
Easiest way to get that info- minimize all open windows so you can see desktop screen. Next hold the fn key and press esc key.

 Or- check reference here>Stylus compatibility list for HP machines:

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My latop is a HP Spectre Pro x360 G2. The pen came with the latop, and in my settings it says its paired and when i click the bottom on top of the pen it opens "windows ink workspace" but when i try use it nothing happens

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Contact HP:
https://support.hp.com/us-en/contact-hp/product/HP-Spectre-Pro-x360-G2-Convertible-PC/8737498

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