Profile-Loader and Windows 11

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  • #31999

    t.g.v
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    Profileloader does not start automatic since Windows 11 Update. DisplayCAL-apply-profiles and DisplayCAL-apply-profiles-launcher have been given admin rights; but no luck.

    regards – TG

    Win 22000.194; GF 1650

    #32017

    Omelette
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    I don’t have that issue, but I did a fresh Windows 11 install, though (formatting the HDD). Maybe you can try to reinstall DisplayCAL. The issue some users are having, though, is that the color-managed software is not using the display’s ICC profile. I have found a workaround for that issue: open “Color Management”, go to the “Advanced” tab and, in “Device profile”, choose your monitor’s device profile (it should be on the list if your color profile is already installed). After doing this, all your color-managed software will use the device profile again.

    #32022

    t.g.v
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    thx – your workaround via colormanagment works.

    After reinstalling Displaycal –> after systemrestart profileloader does not start.

    #32025

    Vincent
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    If you have several users on that computer, open task manager, close the other account (disconnect), restart your session. IDNK why it happens.

    #32029

    Алексей Коробов
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    Profile loader signs itself in timatable loading, not in autoloading. I suppose, this service was changed in Win11. I haven’t ever seen Win11.

    #32032

    t.g.v
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    Hi there, just one user – me.

    regards – TG

    #32033

    Omelette
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    You can download “Autoruns” from the Microsoft website and try to enable the Profile Loader in the “Scheduled Tasks” tab, as shown in the attached screenshot.

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    #32064

    t.g.v
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    Autoruns lists profile loader twice; as start and daily restart. Both are marked with “needs elevated rights”. Both exes have been given elevated rights, but no luck, again. will check Windows “Ereignisanzeige”.

    TG

    #32116

    t.g.v
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    Windows Event Viewer does not mention anything displaycal related.

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