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現在のバージョン作成者: Hassan Nozadian ,

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Hey Sean (and every body)
 
I had exactly the same frustrating problem with my Cintiq 24" yesterday and it was solved unbelievably by a technical friend's advice:
 
As your Cintiq is connected to the pc, restart the pc and as it goes for boot press delet key continously till the Bios screen will appear. Then go to "load fail-safe defaults" then Save and Exit. Pc restarted itself and then Cintiq display turns on.
 
I personally didn't even think the Cintiq display will stay on if I press delet key during booting. Because before this trick it just blinked for a moment after boot then went black. But when I pressed "Delete" key during the boot, the Cintiq display stayed on and I saw Bios blue screen, then I clicked on "load fail-safe default" then saved and exited (F10 pressing F10 key) . Then my pc restarted Cintiq stayed on.
I personally didn't even think the Cintiq display will stay on if I press delet key during booting. Because before this trick it just blinked for a moment after boot then went black. But when I pressed "Delete" key during the boot, the Cintiq display stayed on and I saw Bios blue screen, then I clicked on "load fail-safe default" then saved and exited (F10 pressing F10 key) . Then my pc restarted Cintiq stayed on.
 
By the way if your Cintiq won't stay on during the 'press delet key till Bios' process, connect another simple regular monitor to your pc and do the process then connect your Cintiq to the repaired pc again. So it was a windows problem (at least for me).
 
Good luck!

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編集者: Hassan Nozadian ,

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Hey Sean (and every body)
 
I had exactly the same frustrating problem with my Cintiq 24" yesterday and it was solved unbelievably by a technical friend's advice:
 
As your Cintiq is connected to the pc, restart the pc and as it goes for boot press delet key continously till the Bios screen will appear. Then change the CMOS state go to "Yesload fail-safe defaults" then Save and Exit. Pc restarted itself and then Cintiq display turns on.
As your Cintiq is connected to the pc, restart the pc and as it goes for boot press delet key continously till the Bios screen will appear. Then change the CMOS state go to "Yesload fail-safe defaults" then Save and Exit. Pc restarted itself and then Cintiq display turns on.
 
I personally didn't even think the Cintiq display will stay on if I press delet key during booting. Because before this trick it just blinked for a moment after boot then went black. But when I pressed "Delete" key during the boot, the Cintiq display stayed on and I saw Bios blue screen, then I changed CMOS to "Y" (Yesclicked on "load fail-safe default" then saved and exited (F10) . Then my pc restarted Cintiq stayed on.
I personally didn't even think the Cintiq display will stay on if I press delet key during booting. Because before this trick it just blinked for a moment after boot then went black. But when I pressed "Delete" key during the boot, the Cintiq display stayed on and I saw Bios blue screen, then I changed CMOS to "Y" (Yesclicked on "load fail-safe default" then saved and exited (F10) . Then my pc restarted Cintiq stayed on.
 
By the way if your Cintiq won't stay on during the 'press delet key till Bios' process, connect another simple regular monitor to your pc and do the process then connect your Cintiq to the repaired pc again. So it was a windows problem (at least for mineme).
By the way if your Cintiq won't stay on during the 'press delet key till Bios' process, connect another simple regular monitor to your pc and do the process then connect your Cintiq to the repaired pc again. So it was a windows problem (at least for mineme).
 
Good luck!

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オリジナル投稿者: Hassan Nozadian ,

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Hey Sean (and every body)

I had exactly the same frustrating problem with my Cintiq 24" yesterday and it was solved unbelievably by a technical friend's advice:

As your Cintiq is connected to the pc, restart the pc and as it goes for boot press delet key continously till the Bios screen will appear. Then change the CMOS state to "Yes" then Save and Exit.  Pc restarted itself and then Cintiq display turns on.

I personally didn't even think the Cintiq display will stay on if I press delet key during booting. Because before this trick  it just blinked for a moment after boot then went black.  But when I pressed "Delete" key during the boot, the Cintiq display stayed on and I saw Bios blue screen, then I changed CMOS  to "Y" (Yes) . Then my pc restarted Cintiq stayed on.

By the way if your Cintiq won't stay on during the 'press delet key till Bios' process,  connect another simple regular monitor to pc and do the process then connect your Cintiq to the repaired pc again. So it was a windows problem (at least for mine).

Good luck!

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