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    ChaosEmpire
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    Hello
    after years I thought about recalibrating my monitor
    So i downloaded DisplayCal , installed it on Win10, it downloaded all needed things and installed it
    I run a calibration, and all worked fine

    after that i thought about calibrating with another profile instead of D50 i used D65
    and now..i cant calibrate

    It asks me to put my eye-one pro to its base device to check the white point…
    and it gets interupted

    any ideas?

    01:50:38,477 ——————————————————————————–
    01:50:38,477 Kalibrieren & profilieren
    01:50:38,565
    01:50:38,615 Detecting output levels range…
    01:50:38,621 ——————————————————————————–
    01:50:38,621 Session log: 0_16
    01:50:38,621
    01:50:38,621 Arbeitsverzeichnis:
    01:50:38,622 c:\
    01:50:38,622 users\
    01:50:38,624 jo\
    01:50:38,624 appdata\
    01:50:38,625 local\
    01:50:38,625 temp\
    01:50:38,625 DisplayCAL-fqqx8g\
    01:50:38,625
    01:50:38,627 Befehlszeile:
    01:50:38,627 C:\Users\jo\AppData\Roaming\DisplayCAL\dl\Argyll_V2.1.1\bin\dispread.exe
    01:50:38,627 -v
    01:50:38,628 -k
    01:50:38,628 “C:\Program Files (x86)\DisplayCAL\linear.cal”
    01:50:38,628 -d1
    01:50:38,628 -c1
    01:50:38,630 -yl
    01:50:38,630 “-P0.500231374364,0.500416319734,1.0”
    01:50:38,631 -H
    01:50:38,631 -Ibw
    01:50:38,631 0_16
    01:50:38,631
    01:50:39,066 DisplayCAL: Starting interaction with subprocess
    01:50:39,069 Number of patches = 3
    01:50:39,069 Setting up the instrument
    01:50:40,892 Instrument Type: GretagMacbeth i1 Pro
    01:50:40,894 Serial Number: 200786
    01:50:40,894 Firmware version: 102
    01:50:40,894 CPLD version: 101
    01:50:40,895 Date manufactured: 9-10-2003
    01:50:40,895 U.V. filter ?: Yes
    01:50:40,895 Measure Ambient ?: No
    01:50:40,897 Tot. Measurement Count: 12738
    01:50:40,897 Remission Spot Count: 6196
    01:50:40,898 Remission Scan Count: 3715
    01:50:40,898 Date of last Remission spot cal: Wed May 15 22:41:48 2019
    01:50:40,898 Remission Spot Count at last cal: 6167
    01:50:40,898 Total lamp usage: 27787.761719
    01:50:40,898 Display type ignored – instrument doesn’t support display type selection
    01:50:41,140
    01:50:41,141 Place the instrument on its reflective white reference S/N 200786,
    01:50:41,141 and then hit any key to continue,
    01:50:41,142 DisplayCAL: Waiting for send buffer
    01:50:47,973 DisplayCAL: Sending buffer: ‘ ‘
    01:50:47,976 or hit Esc or Q to abort:
    01:50:54,007 Calibration failed with ‘Measurement misread’ (Light level is too low)
    01:50:54,007 Hit any key to retry, or Esc or Q to abort:
    01:50:54,009 DisplayCAL: Waiting for send buffer
    01:50:58,924 DisplayCAL: Trying to end subprocess gracefully…
    01:50:58,954 DisplayCAL: Sending buffer: ‘\x1b’
    01:50:58,957
    01:50:58,959
    01:50:58,959 Calibrate failed with ‘User hit Abort Key’ (No device error)
    01:50:58,960 The instrument can be removed from the screen.
    01:50:59,084 dispread: Error – new_disprd failed with ‘User Aborted’
    01:50:59,085
    01:50:59,190 DisplayCAL: Reached EOF (OK)
    01:50:59,190 …abgebrochen.

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    #17490

    Florian Höch
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    Hi,

    Calibration failed with ‘Measurement misread’ (Light level is too low)

    Your i1 Pro’s lamp is apparently not emitting enough light. This is usually an USB power problem (or faulty/too long cable – if possible, use the original USB cable that came with the device), or the lamp may have lost luminance due to normal use (in this case, the instrument would need to be sent to X-Rite for re-certification).

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