Mon Jul 16, 4: I don’t remember exactly, as I went back to a single monitor setup a while after that. I wrote to CV tech support about this and they said that if you have two monitors then you need the Pro version. A multi-head video card a single card that drives two or more monitors will not work correctly. I have tried setting each monitor as primary, and have generated an icm file for each monitor. The standard method of associating ICM profiles with monitors does not take into account the multiple-monitor-per-adapter scenario. Originally posted by ice9:
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However, the secondary monitor has a severe blue tint, that I can’t seem to get rid of.
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Jul 8, Posts: Mon Jul 16, 3: Just picked up another FPW, so I now have two. Yeah don’t know what to tell you, it worked on my setup. Lend me your Spyder vvista I’ll be able to think more clearly.
Oct 13, Posts: The Spyder2Express user guide states that: That is, there is one monitor per video adapter. The display settings and display position, centred below display 1are all remembered except that the screen will not restore – it just stays blank.
Is there any 2005fpa to edit color profiles?
You’d have to do it each time you wanted to recalibrate though. This is an odd oversight as it is a simple function and one that really should be performed by the OS. This is an issue with the Windows OS.
vistx See my first post. Nov 8, Posts: A multi-head video card a single card that drives two or more monitors will not work correctly. Mon Jul 16, 5: I don’t remember exactly, as I went back to a single monitor setup a while after that.
Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. If no monitor is associated with the profile, the box is empty. To determine if a specific ICM profile is associated with a monitor: Mon Jul 16, 6: Did this solve your problem?
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Is anyone using the Pro version of the software? 2005fps, see my first post; I tried this already. Then, with Vista’s Color Management utility, have set each monitor to use the default profile generated.
Fri Jul 13, I have a Matrox P and it works fine with that. This is open to conflicts as two different software packages might fight over loading curves Vita wars.
Dual Monitor – Display 2 drops out of the Display Settings.
I had to resort to the usual solution by going to ‘Personalisation’ then ‘Display Settings’ and clicking the Display 2 image. You can get around it, but it’s a pain in the ass to keep them calibrated if you regularly recalibrate.
Is it worth it? Sat Jul 14, 7: Tell us about your experience with our site. Sat Jul 14, 6: Also, selecting different display profiles in the displays control panel does not load each profile’s calibration curves