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 How do I remove Adobe Gamma on Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7?
Solution Windows 2000/XP: Before you profile your monitor using ColorVision, X-Rite or Pantone products, you must first remove Adobe Gamma alias from start up folder. Delete this file before using your new monitor profiling software. If you don't remove Adobe Gamma, you may experience problems creating a satisfactory profile with your new system. This can be found in the following location:

Drive/Documents & Settings/All Users/Start Menu/Programs/Start Up/Adobe Gamma Loader (alias)

To quickly get at it, right-click on the Start button > go to Open or Open All Users > double-click PROGRAMS > double-click STARTUP. Right-click on Adobe Gamma or Adobe Gamma Loader and delete.

This does not remove the Adobe Gamma Loader program or the Adobe Gamma Control Panel and is quite safe. When you create a display profile with your choosen profiling software, a shortcut of the software will be placed in the "Startup" program group so your profile will load properly.

Windows Vista and Windows 7: Adobe Gamma can be found in the same location as above, however, if there is no adobe gamma alias in the startup folder then continue with calibration.


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Article ID: 10
Created On: 03 Mar 2004 12:13 PM

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