a lot of the time- but when one has a deep think about the logic perhaps sense creeps in.
Many manufacturers have not caught with Vista in their driver implementation- indeed some have said they are not going to it is Microsoft's problem not theirs.
So it could be Wacom is one of them
To get around this- go to Start/Programs/Accessories/system tools/compatibility wizard/ and reset the machine to run as XP or even 98.
This should sort the Wacom business and may even the DVD player business to.
Though why or how a bit of noncompat softwarecshould affest the player i canny get my hear around- it is a separate issue entirely i would think.