NEW tablet driver 6.3.22-3 for OSX released. For release notes use the link below the driver on the download page. Problem mit modifiers on keyboard getting stuck was fixed.

New version for for Windows 6.3.22-6: Fixed various problems - f.e. pen not working after start or return from sleep.

For more details see the driver release notes on the driver download page.

No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
tabletone
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby tabletone » Tue 18. Apr 2017, 21:29

Thank you for your answer . I tried with a thunderbolt 3 cable that I bought . The problem is not the cable .

I tried all the three ports with no luck . I think that this tablet has some problems with the usb-c connectors .

YairHerrera
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby YairHerrera » Tue 18. Apr 2017, 21:38

Well, I guess the only thing to discard is to try it on a different pc with thunderbolt 3. Of course, they don't grow in every corner. But it's the only way to know for sure if it's the tablet.
By the way I read that it's the TOP LEFT port that should be use to conect to the pc. Some couldn't get 4k with other ports.
I hope you can solve it and please let us know if you can.

YairHerrera
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby YairHerrera » Tue 18. Apr 2017, 21:47

Have you tried also install older versions of the tablet driver?
For this I would first uninstall and delete all the folders from program files and etc. Restart and then try with one or two versions. If there are.

tabletone
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby tabletone » Tue 18. Apr 2017, 22:22

Yes , I tried all wacom drivers that I found .

Now I will try with an external wifi card to see if that helps . If I find a solution I will write it here

Thanks again and a greeting

Rocketboots
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby Rocketboots » Fri 28. Apr 2017, 11:51

I'm having the same problem with a Dell XPS 15 (9560).

Have you been in touch with Dell tech support about the issue?

nrochen2
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby nrochen2 » Fri 28. Apr 2017, 18:53

Same problem, with a dell xps 15 9560.

tabletone
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby tabletone » Sat 29. Apr 2017, 04:22

I have a dell xps 9560 too .

Finally I sent back the cintiq to the store .

I don´t know what is the problem . My cintiq was working two times around 20 minutes each time but there are someting wrong in the usb-c cintiq connector .

When I moved the cable in the usb-c cintiq connector , the signal was lost and there are no way to make it work again

Very sad because the cintiq looks awesome but I don´t want use wacom link ( too many cables ) .
I saw in YouTube one person with a dell xps and the new dell canvas using thunderbolt 3 and usb-c ports and works like a dream

tabletone
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby tabletone » Mon 22. May 2017, 14:01

Anyone knows if the problem is fixed with the last dell xps 9560 bios update ?

Rocketboots
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Re: No Data cintiq pro 16 - Thunderbolt 3

Postby Rocketboots » Sun 11. Jun 2017, 19:00

Sorry I can't tell you if the bios update update fixed anything because I returned the laptop. However, I can give you a workaround if you don't mind using the Wacom link and some extra cables.

I purchased these:

Benfei USB C Type to Mini DisplayPort/Mini DP Adapter Cable
Startech 1m Male to Male Mini DisplayPort Cable (4K rated)

This allowed me to use the Cintiq with the laptop at 4K. However when the laptop goes to sleep it will reset the Cintiq resolution to 2K, so you need to switch the Cintiq off and on again.

The Cintiq "works" without the extra cables on my desktop via USB and DisplayPort, and on a MacBook Pro via a single USBC cable. I say "works" because it exhibits the wobbly line issue on both operating systems.


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