Error – new_disprd failed with ‘Instrument Access Failed’

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    Tony Green
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    I used DisplayCal after I installed yesterday and it worked flawlessly. Now I get the Error – new_disprd failed with ‘Instrument Access Failed’. I’ve read all the solutions but still can’t get past this error. I’ve uninstalled everything and reinstalled, still, same error. I’ve attached the log file. Any help will be appreciated.

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    #33868

    Tony Green
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    Update: I’ve tried it on a second Laptop with the same error. I’ve checked to see if sharing was the problem with ProcessExplorer and it finds nothing.

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    Tony Green
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    Here is the debug log file.

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    #33871

    Urushibara
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    Hi, had the same issue with the SpyderX as had others. We managed to fix our issue, please have a look over here https://hub.displaycal.net/forums/topic/error-instrument-access-failed-for-lcd-white-led-mode/#post-33487

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    #33872

    Tony Green
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    Thanks for your reply. I have argyllcms 2.3.0, but I’m not sure how to install it.

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    #33875

    Tony Green
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    Yes! I figured out how to install ArgyllCMS 2.3.0 and it’s working again.

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    Urushibara
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    That’s pretty simple.
    In DisplayCAL click on “File -> Locate ArgyllCMS executables…” and then navigate to the folder where you extracted the V2.3.0 to.
    That’s pretty much it. Maybe restart DisplayCAL once for good measure.

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