X-rite i1 Studio + dispcalGUI does not work

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    Displaycalnumpty
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    I'm having issues with Display Cal 3 initiating a calibration with my newly purchased i1-Studio. I have a Spyder 3 as well but could never get any monitor I had match with the spyder, so I bought the i1-Studio. Oddly both devices calibrate the same using there own software. 

    The Sypder calibrated with Display Cal but when I plugged in the i1-Studio DisplayCal updated.

    I need help please.

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    Florian Höch
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    What’s your operating system and versions of the software (Argyll, DisplayCAL?)

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    Displaycalnumpty
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    What’s your operating system and versions of the software (Argyll, DisplayCAL?)

    Mojave 10.14.5 on a Mac Pro 2010 12 core with a Radeon HD 7950 3GB with an Eizo CG241W

    DisplayCal 3.8.1

    ArgyllCMS 2.1.1

    #17913

    Displaycalnumpty
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    What’s your operating system and versions of the software (Argyll, DisplayCAL?)

    Interestingly I installed Display Cal 3.8.1.0 and Argyle 2.1.1 for the first time on a 2014 Mac Book Pro Retina running 10.14.15

    Although I am getting stuck on the Mac Pro at “Set the ColorMunki sensor to Calibration position and press OK to calibrate the instrument.”

    The MacBook Pro went passed that bit and is actually calibrating.

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    Displaycalnumpty
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    Update. I deleted the updated version and reinstalled a fresh version of the newer DC and Argyle on the Mac Pro and it’s now working.

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    AK47
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    Hi all, newbie here.

    Bought i1Studio and MSI PAG272QR2, also have an AOC and Dell monitors.

    I successfully calibrated the MSI on 7/10.  When I tried to update the calibration, I got a pop-up message telling me that my hardware and drivers do not support gamma tables.

    Tried updating/rolling back software and drivers but no luck, though I can still calibrate the old AOC and Dell.  I have 2 PCs – i7-8700 with Intel 630 onboard graphics; Ryzen 3300X with Sapphire RX-5700XT SE … both machines can’t calibrate the MSI.

    Help appreciated

    i1Studio on Amazon  
    Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

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