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  • #138883

    Lucky
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    Hello I was unable to connect calorimeter

    I am using Spyder x2 Elite can you please give me a suggestion

    Windows 11,i9 13th

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    #138890

    Vincent
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    Your device needs to use ArgyllCMS USB driver. Install it. It is described in ArgyllCMS doc. Current DisplayCAL is using obsolete ArgyllCMS 2.1.2 as reference, so it is the latest version with USB driver signed. You’ll have to install newer one manually .

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Vincent.
    #138892

    Vincent
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    BTW IDNK if Spyder X2 is in Windows INF driver fro Argyll USB driver. Ask in ARgyll Mailist.

    #138893

    Florian Höch
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    There is a signed driver for the recent Argyll 2.3.1. Use the menu option “Tools” -> “Instrument” -> “Install ArgyllCMS instrument drivers…”.

    #138894

    Florian Höch
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    Although I think the SpyderX2 is not yet supported by ArgyllCMS (and in extension, DisplayCAL).

    #138895

    Vincent
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    v3.8.9.3 , Argyll 2.3.1

    If I put in my browser:
    displaycal.net/Argyll/Argyll_V2.3.1_USB_driver_installer.exe.zip
    It downloads 2.1.1 zip

    What is the URL for Argyll 2.3.1?

    #138896

    Lucky
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    I have installed 2.3.1 but i think it doesn’t support.

    Because Spyder x2 Elite was not showing.

    It has usb type-c port.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Lucky.
    #138900

    itsab1989
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    Argyll CMS v 3.0 has been released today. Maybe this helps.

    #138903

    Lucky
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    Oohh will check it and get back with the update

    #138906

    Vincent
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    Great news, I’ll try it.

    #138907

    Vincent
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    v3.8.9.3 , Argyll 2.3.1

    If I put in my browser:
    displaycal.net/Argyll/Argyll_V2.3.1_USB_driver_installer.exe.zip
    It downloads 2.1.1 zip

    What is the URL for Argyll 2.3.1?

    It was driver 3.0.0 , my fault.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Vincent.
    #138917

    Lucky
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    No issue not resolved Spyder x2 Elite was unable to detect by displaycal software.🤷

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    #138919

    Lucky
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    Why displaycal was using 4 years old version.? I think it needs to get new update, latest 2023 version. Because lot of calorimeters launched this year and last year. But displaycal was not updated by since 4 years. I think After 2023 displaycal updated version my Spyder x2 Elite will detect by displaycal software.

    #138922

    itsab1989
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    That‘s not DisplayCals fault. DisplayCal is mostly just a graphic user interface for Argyll-CMS, which is doing most of the work in the background. So instead of typing command you can set your settings in checkboxes and dropdown menues.

    And Argyll-CMS got a big update recently. So there was a chance of it supporting more recent colorimeters.

    But since support for the Spyder x2 wasn’t added yet you might want to send a request to Graeme Gill over at argyllcms.com

    #138923

    Lucky
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    Yaa I have installed latest version of Argyll-CMS 3.0 but it doesn’t work at all for my Spyder x2 Elite. Even it was not detecting by the software

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