Re: Vista Ultimate 32 and my Samsung 906BW LCD Display Issue!!!
I have tried to calibrate my monitor on several occaisions using i1, once i
turn my computer off and restart vista loads my calbration profile then
unloads it and reverts back. Why?
> Thanks for the input. I have tried the 64 bit edition as well. Still reverts
> back. If many people are using Vista and not experiencing behavior like
> mine, could it be video card and Vista combination? I guess I could try
> another PCIe card and see what happens.
> "flambe" wrote:
> > I have this monitor.
> > I calibrate it with an external device for use in color managed printing.
> > As much as I despise Vista I have not experienced any problems like you
> > describe. I use the monitor on a computer that dual boots into XP (for real
> > work) and Vista (mostly to see if it usable yet. So far, no).
> > It has been widely reprinted in photography newsgroups and such that when
> > Vista flashes those idiotic and useless warning screens that Vista unloads
> > monitor calibration data from the video card driver.
> > Hence what you may be experiencing is a shift from the generic profile that
> > will install with the monitor to a generic profile that is not specific to
> > that monitor. The shift is not reflected in what Vista tells you is the
> > profile in use.
> > You can check to see if this is your problem by manually switching monitor
> > profiles when you feel the monitor settings have changed.
> > By the way, for the best image with this monitor you should leave it at
> > default settings. It is, in fact, impossible to calibrate this monitor, and
> > the vast majority of LCD panels, for reliable color display with any other
> > settings. For its price it is a very accurate panel except it is way too
> > bright.