No idea - Flash units though. I reckon it would be fun playing with them.
I gather you are working in a professional capacity. You may want to post on the Photoshop or Wacom forums/support for information more specific to those products.
Interesting that there was no problem earlier on and reinstalling worked correctly for a short time. Is the Cintiq on it's own card, or sharing a card with one of the other monitors ? Have you tried swapping which card it is connected to ? Do the ACER and Cintiq monitors use the same type of input ?
I would assume the Cintiq uses a driver for it's functions. I wonder if there may be a conflict in that (a question for their support) ? Have you update the driver for the Cintiq recently ?
I just read this in relation to Photoshop/Open GL and Win7 (would most likely apply to Win8 as well) - "Windows 7 will, as you probably know, kill the display driver if OpenGL does not flush for 2 seconds or so".
This sounds a bit like the dread TDR crash/error, and it can be very difficult to pin down the true cause of a TDR crash. While the error always mentions the display driver the driver is frequently not the culprit. One thing that can help is to make a registry entry that changes the Windows default of 2 sec lag time to something longer (Monopoly$oft has been recommending 8 sec. ).
I've been using the following key for close on two years now, but there are other options in the link below -
Open regedit then - Navigate to -
H_KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ Graphics Drivers.
Right click on the open field and click on New / DWORD (32bit) Value,
Then name it: TdrDelay -> double click it -> Set it to a number up to 10.
TDR Registry keys -
Now ! After suggesting you create a registry key - While CCleaner may not have been the source of the problem, do avoid using the registry cleaner anyway (you haven't said if you did use the registry cleaner).
btw - you may find someone more knowledgable on the topic in the Tech Lounge forum.
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