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  • #21289

    Anonymous
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    Hi,

    I´ve tried to calibrate my laptop with displaycal & spyder 3, and just taking advises from different websites and youtube to get some point how to adjust every settings right. Well. I have no idea what i am doing, and i got this report. Ok, what did i do wrong? Measurement report says NOT OK but exactly WHAT is not ok? 😀 It’s been awhile since i did this last time… Also my display looks a bit too warm even thouhg color temperature is 6500k.

    #21305

    Anonymous
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    Okey here is PDF taken from whole report.

    #21309

    Anonymous
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    The lower ^ html-file is better than upper one.

    #21315

    asdfage wegagag
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    Something is very wrong, because the contrast can’t be that low.

    Do a measurement with windows 10 in regular mode, not hdr mode.

    #21339

    Anonymous
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    How do I do that? 😁🙈

    #21362

    Anonymous
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    Well, I tried something and this is result. I have no idea what to do next.

    #21368

    Vincent
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    N156HGE-EA2 = Innolux TN LED laptop and a Spyder3?
    I’m not sure that such device can measure your display properly, by age or by lack of  that backlight support.
    Also 20% of unique grey levels were wiped out in calibration.

    Try to borrow a better measurement device, remove previous calibration and try an uncalibrated report. Native white contrast should be arround of 500:1 *if* that panel is typical TN LED in low cost laptops.

    If not possible to get or borrow a better measurement device, try a calibration with native white whithout brightness restrictions (as measured white point, level & black level), then check contrast. Should be around 300-500:1. If it is worse spyder is useless, or there some kind of severe misconfiguration on your system or display is diying.

    #21373

    Anonymous
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    Okay, thanks a lot!

    I think I must buy new laptop also, this one is such an old one. 🙂

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