I must be doing something wrong. No matter what I try, I can not get DisplayCal to show that my SpyderX instrument is connected. I’ve tried manually installing the drivers through the device manager but Windows 10 will not give me an option to overwrite the existing driver (which appears to be a useless one from Microsoft).
This PC previously had Spyder3 software on it but I’ve uninstalled it.
Not sure what to do. Are there any fool-proof installation guides to get DisplayCal to work with SpyderX?
Thanks. I uninstalled the Datacolor driver and was succcessful in getting DisplayCAL to work. The only problem now is that all of my whites have a blue-ish hue. Everyday pictures look fine but email and Word docs (with white backgrounds) have the blue-ish color. Not sure why but I never had this with my Spyder3. I’m not sure what to do at this point.