2015-03-19 at 11:11 #1613
I am using Dispcalgui with Colormunki Display and its really wonderful product, much better calibration then with original software. I got 1150:1 contrast with dispcalgui and only 850:1 with original software (only 600:1 with all on auto, and no options to check anything).
I am using Windows 8.1, but free upgrade to 10 is coming. Have not tried Windows technical preview because i dont wanna be beta tester, so do we have (or do we will have when Windows come out) Dispcalgui software for Windows 10.
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Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.2015-03-21 at 15:11 #1614
dispcalGUI already runs on Windows 10 TP. Argyll CMS currently doesn’t work fully on Windows 10 TP which mostly comes down to the instrument drivers that need updating, but the ColorMunki Display uses the Windows HID driver so that should work.2015-05-11 at 20:38 #1615
Everything went as in Windows 8: driver installation, calibrating and profiling with ColorMunki spectro. I was used 126.96.36.199 dispcalGUI and 1.6.3 ArgyllCMS2015-10-24 at 0:45 #1616
Any news about whether or not the Argyll drivers for a spyder4 will be updated for compatibility with Win 10?
Thanks!2015-10-24 at 1:30 #1617
Hi, the current drivers should work fine.2015-10-24 at 2:35 #1618
Thanks for your quick reply! I tried via “Have disk” to point to the Agyll drivers, but unfortunately it says that it couldn’t install the drivers, because an error had occurred. It doens’t seem to say what error, just that it can’t install it. And so it stays on the Spyder 4 driver from Datacolor.
The Spyder4 itself is working ok with the Datacolor software, but I don’t like that software, since it really seems to adjust the brightness with the color profile a lot.
If you have any other idea’s to try, I’d be very thankful.
2015-10-24 at 3:13 #1619
- This reply was modified on 2015-10-24 02:41:50 by moltendiscoball.
Hm, perhaps I have to disable driver signature check, of Windows 10? I’m going to try this later today, see if that helps.2015-10-24 at 12:19 #1620
Hm, perhaps I have to disable driver signature check, of Windows 10?
Yes.2015-10-24 at 16:54 #1621
Ok, this worked! Couldn’t find documentation about it for Argyll on Windows 10. Perhaps I didn’t search well enough, but I managed in the end. Thanks anyway and have a nice weekend!
Dennis2015-10-24 at 17:50 #1622
The Windows 8 instructions also apply to Windows 10, I’ll have to amend the dispcalGUI documentation. Thanks and nice weekend to you, too!2016-01-19 at 16:06 #1623
Using Windows 10 and Spyder 5 Express.
I read from the Argyll Windows installation instructions that I must disable igfx. modules before I can install instrument drivers. These are the ones used by my AMD Radeon monitor graphics card. Not sure how to proceed.2016-01-22 at 21:17 #1624
[ question was answered on Argyll CMS mailinglist, link for reference ]
https://www.freelists.org/post/argyllcms/Newbie-installation-question,12016-04-15 at 20:00 #2653
Seguí estos pasos para instalar el controlador en mi W10:
Una vez instalado el software, el sistema Windows detecta el hardware. Pero el software does’nt reconocer ni detectar el hardware. No funciona.
¿Alguien sabe lo que podría pasó?
¿Qué medidas se echaba de menos?
Los que se han instalado con éxito: ¿Cuál ha sido su experiencia? ¿cómo conseguir que funcione?2016-04-16 at 12:54 #2661
please write your question in english. Thank you.2016-06-22 at 9:53 #3358
I am new on the forum. I was using DisplayCal since a few months with Windows 7 and had no problem to install the driver for a Spyder 5.
Since yesterday I upgrade to Windows 10 and it seems that I meet the same problem discussed here: the driver installation runs to an error.
I am not really used to tinker Windows, I prefer to work on my pictures ;-)).
So may I ask you for more explanations about that:
Thanks for your help
PS: I’d like to add that I don’t want to go back to Datacolor software, I am very happy of DisplayCal especially for photography post treatment…
- This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by Yves Lacoutiere.