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How to make calibration color profile stick in '2nd identity'?

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Old September 15th 08, 03:56 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.display
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Default How to make calibration color profile stick in '2nd identity'?

Vista 64bit | Samsung 205BW calibrated Displays | Spyder2 /
Colorvision updated for Vista 64bit | Two Identities

This may be the wrong place to post this, but . . . .

I have two identities on my Vista PC. The main identity is for general
activity and the second is for business use. I calibrated my dislays in
my main identity and the calibration works fine, and looks great.
However, when I log on to my second identity the Colorvision dialog
comes up and asks me to use the Colorvision ‘Profile Chooser' to pick
the calibration profile I want to use. A Profile Chooser upgrade that
runs does not seem to be available with the Colorvision upgrade for
Vista 64bit, and the old version won't run.

Is there a way to make the calibrated profile which works fine in my
main identity stick in my second identity?

Thank you for your help - IM

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