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Did I Really Ruin My Cintiq 13HD?

Cintiq and Cintiq Pro
nyathan
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Joined: Sat 15. Jul 2017, 21:54

Did I Really Ruin My Cintiq 13HD?

Postby nyathan » Sun 16. Jul 2017, 03:17

Hello!

About two weeks ago I purchased a new Cintiq 13HD, and it has been working fine from then to yesterday. Today, I went to install the new pen update, and I guess I forgot one of the chords for plugging in my Cintiq because it immediately responded with PROGRAMMING FAILED in all red. I restarted everything, hoping it would help, but now my laptop (2014 Macbook Pro) won't recognize that my Cintiq is connected at all! The LED buttons at the top of the Cintiq have also ceased to work. There has been maybe one time it was plugged in and the pen didn't work, but the touch did, but only on the laptop screen in a completely uncalibrated way.

So far I have tried: Restarting the laptop
Restarting the Cintiq
Restarting both
Installing the drivers again
Uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers
Resetting all settings
Just deleting/uninstalling all wacom files and software, then redownloading
Contacting customer support (it's Saturday now so no response until Monday)

Nothing's helped so far, please help! I saved up so much to get this Cintiq, I don't want it to turn into just a big useless monitor!

wacom1
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Joined: Tue 29. Nov 2016, 09:46

Re: Did I Really Ruin My Cintiq 13HD?

Postby wacom1 » Mon 17. Jul 2017, 06:57

Make sure the USB cable is connected properly and reset driver settings. If that fails to work, there is a problem with the hardware and the unit needs repair. Further steps then depend on your loacation and where you bought the tablet.


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