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  • #23510

    Amelia Durham
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    Hi I have just installed DisplayCal on my new Windows 10 system. It seems to not be able to detect my Spyder 3 at all, although everything else during the installation went fine. Is there anything I can try to get it see the datacolor hardware?

    TIA

    #23527

    Amelia Durham
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    I did get it to recognize Spyder 3, however my calibration attempt is stuck at measuring the “interactive display adjustment” window.  It’s been about 23 hours on a white square.

    It says:

    Initial 86.38 cd/m2
    Current 86.21 cd/m2 this current # goes back down and climbs back up.

    (- 0.46%)

    Should I start over?

    #23528

    Amelia Durham
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    It’s running patches now. I’ll just keep talking to myself then since I can’t delete the post and it seems to help 🙂

    #23529

    Joel
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    Hi,

    You should start over from the beginning by scrupulously following the online help.

    Installing the drivers is essential for recognition of the probe.

    Windows only: if your measurement probe is not ColorMunki Display, i1 Display Pro, Huey, ColorHug, specbos, spectraval ou K-10, you will need to install a driver specific to Argyll. By selecting, “measuring probe”. You can install the drivers for the ArgyllCMS measurement probes.

    Good reading.

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    #23580

    Amelia Durham
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    Thank you I finally have success. Moving on to test prints now 🙂

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