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    Saimuer
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    Hello,

    I purchased a new computer with a Viewsonic VP2785-4K. I want to use my old Spyder3 to calibrate it to make sure I’m displaying with Adobe RGB color space. I found DisplayCal to replace DataColor software which can’t be used in Windows 10 environment anymore. It looks like a very good alternative with a good interface. I try to make my way through the parameters to calibrate with different correction matrix but I always get the same shifted result (check attached picture. A lot of colors are missing and cannot restore the default Windows ICC without restarting. Can you help me setting up the tool to get good calibration and tell me how to switch fro; one profile to another using the profile loader? Thank you.

    Sam.

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    #15147

    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    it seems you forgot to attach the picture?

    To switch between different profiles, right-click the profile loader icon in the task tray and choose “Profile associations”.

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    Saimuer
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    Sorry.

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    #15178

    Florian Höch
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    This monitor has a W-LED (similar to RG Phosphor) backlight. The Spyder3 without correction is probably not suitable for such a display.

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