2019-10-16 at 12:37 #20556
Thank you for your post,despite some tweaks to the Windows 10 update, there are still a lot of unanswered questions.2019-10-21 at 9:17 #20624
2019-12-24 at 21:51 #21937
- This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by frontstruggle.
The solution that worked for me:
I had the same problem setting DisplayCAL to load my profile.
Windows 10 1909 version, Intel Graphics, Dell 2209WA monitor, DisplayCAL 126.96.36.199
I tried uninstalling the monitor and driver in Device Manger, no success.
I disabled auto-boot, no success.
I found that if I launched DisplayCAL by right-clicking on the DisplayCAL icon and choosing ” Run As Administrator”, the problem is solved – the profile saves and loads as intended.
Hope that helps someone else.
And thank you so much to Florian, Argyll CMS and anyone else who had a part in creating this program. Very much appreciated, and donations will be forthcoming.
2020-04-30 at 19:12 #24445
- This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by Bluegrass Picker.
DisplayCal can’t install its profile,
Same here with 1080Ti and Windows 10.
However, I have made additional XYZ LUT + matrix profile and it works just fine.
Looks that there might be some issues with the XYX LUT profiles with the Argyll_V2.1.2 and Windows 10.2020-04-30 at 20:28 #24447
DisplayCal can’t install its profile,
Looks that there might be some issues with the XYX LUT profiles with the Argyll_V2.1.2 and Windows 10.
Or an issue caused by your GPU drivers (like LUT access). I have no issues with those profiles, latest Argyll and up to date W10, but I have an AMD.2020-04-30 at 22:33 #24450
Or an issue caused by your GPU drivers
I admin that my knowledge is limited in the field, yet seems strange that GPU driver blocks the XYZ LUT profile, while at the same time permits the XYZ LUT + matrix.2020-04-30 at 23:05 #24451
Because maybe it’s not blocking profile but calibration. Check actual error in log window. Try with a explicit install of profile in 1st menu2020-04-30 at 23:07 #24452
Windows does not and never did support installation of XYZ LUT profiles. You can only install “XYZ LUT + Matrix” and “Shaper + Matrix” profiles.2020-05-01 at 2:21 #24457
Windows does not and never did support installation of XYZ LUT profiles. You can only install “XYZ LUT + Matrix” and “Shaper + Matrix” profiles.
Thx a lot Florian ! I never used XYZ LUT profile on Windows and never knew it is unsupported.2020-06-02 at 20:29 #24950
Any idea how to get this to work on version 2004? I calibrate my gamma to a perfect 2.2 and restart my computer. Then the gamma is at 2.4 with the profile and 2.1 without it…2020-09-27 at 18:29 #26153
Hello…Can you please let us know if this issue has been resolved by Microsoft or by yourself. Today’s date is: Sep\27\2020
Thanks2020-09-27 at 20:26 #26154
I think Microsoft has patched it. But, i just ended up reinstalling windows and that fixed it for me. I’ll do some searching later and if I can find the specific Windows update that referenced it.2020-09-28 at 0:02 #26156
I think Microsoft has patched it. But, i just ended up reinstalling windows and that fixed it for me. I’ll do some searching later and if I can find the specific Windows update that referenced it.
Thank you for your reply. By the way, have you seen Florian lately? Does he still respond here?… Anyway, my calibration (and color profile) seem to be active and working through the DisplayCAL calibration loader. It looks good but without testing who knows. I hope it’s still accurate.2020-10-18 at 13:50 #26425
I’m still around, just not very active here due to time constraints (which I hope I will be able to resolve sometime this year).2021-03-14 at 3:32 #29264
I have the same problem as mentioned above with the black dot issue. I also find on 1st login I have the bottom half of the table missing, I have to end iSnooker process and restart application. Seems to be ok after that.
How do you run in W7 compatibility mode?