Display Color Calibration

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    • #43964
      Arris
      Moderator

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      Get the Display Color Calibration Wizard in Windows Server 2008 R2.

      More info
      http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Calibrate-your-display
      http://www.neowin.net/news/main/09/01/07/windows-7-calibrate-your-display

    • #50284

      I think I am missing something here. Where does it say or how to get it?
      “Display Color Calibration is not available in Windows Server 2008 R2.”

    • #60103
      Anonymous

      I think I am missing something here. Where does it say or how to get it?
      “Display Color Calibration is not available in Windows Server 2008 R2.”

    • #50285

      That’s why it’s in the Wish List forum. It’s a stub topic, until someone figures out how to get it to work.

    • #60104
      Anonymous

      That’s why it’s in the Wish List forum. It’s a stub topic, until someone figures out how to get it to work.

    • #50286

      hi,

      i’m not sure because i do not use this, but it seems to be easy.

      just take the dccw.exe from win7 x64 (plus the MUI file of course) and copy the 2 files to

      -%SystemRoot%System32
      -%SystemRoot%SysWOW64
      -%SystemRoot%Sysnative

      then, set under
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionICMCalibration]
      entry
      CalibrationManagementEnabled
      to 1
      and entry
      DisplayCalibrator
      to
      %SystemRoot%System32DCCW.exe

      not sure if you have to fiddle with the access and owner rights, but probably not.
      and i have no idea if there are any ICM profiles needed…

      let me know if it works or not, i might have a closer look again.

    • #60105
      Anonymous

      hi,

      i’m not sure because i do not use this, but it seems to be easy.

      just take the dccw.exe from win7 x64 (plus the MUI file of course) and copy the 2 files to

      -%SystemRoot%System32
      -%SystemRoot%SysWOW64
      -%SystemRoot%Sysnative

      then, set under
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionICMCalibration]
      entry
      CalibrationManagementEnabled
      to 1
      and entry
      DisplayCalibrator
      to
      %SystemRoot%System32DCCW.exe

      not sure if you have to fiddle with the access and owner rights, but probably not.
      and i have no idea if there are any ICM profiles needed…

      let me know if it works or not, i might have a closer look again.

    • #50287

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:1iqy7h0v]calibration.7z[/attachment:1iqy7h0v]
      Enjoy!

    • #60106
      Anonymous

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:1iqy7h0v]calibration.7z[/attachment:1iqy7h0v]
      Enjoy!

    • #50288

      I like this, It is working for me.. I have installed the installer to download calibration.7z [561.43 KiB] It is ok for me.

    • #60107
      Anonymous

      I like this, It is working for me.. I have installed the installer to download calibration.7z [561.43 KiB] It is ok for me.

    • #50289

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:qjao663m]calibration.7z[/attachment:qjao663m]
      Enjoy!

      I would like to try it too, but unfortunately my latest 7zx64 does not recognize it as a valid archive. The file gets downloaded without a problem, and my AV is off just in case. Would someone repack it for me to a simpler format via “Send to zip folder”?

      Thanks.

    • #60108
      Anonymous

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:qjao663m]calibration.7z[/attachment:qjao663m]
      Enjoy!

      I would like to try it too, but unfortunately my latest 7zx64 does not recognize it as a valid archive. The file gets downloaded without a problem, and my AV is off just in case. Would someone repack it for me to a simpler format via “Send to zip folder”?

      Thanks.

    • #50290

      @Portal2Two wrote:

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:2bvojp62]calibration.7z[/attachment:2bvojp62]
      Enjoy!

      I would like to try it too, but unfortunately my latest 7zx64 does not recognize it as a valid archive. The file gets downloaded without a problem, and my AV is off just in case. Would someone repack it for me to a simpler format via “Send to zip folder”?

      Thanks.

      I’ve got the same issue… I’m unable to open the archive, I’ve tried 7-Zip x64 and IZArc…

      Can somebody please re-package it in some other format…

    • #60109
      Anonymous

      @Portal2Two wrote:

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Wow, good job, it works!
      So, I made an installer for it. 😉

      [attachment=0:2bvojp62]calibration.7z[/attachment:2bvojp62]
      Enjoy!

      I would like to try it too, but unfortunately my latest 7zx64 does not recognize it as a valid archive. The file gets downloaded without a problem, and my AV is off just in case. Would someone repack it for me to a simpler format via “Send to zip folder”?

      Thanks.

      I’ve got the same issue… I’m unable to open the archive, I’ve tried 7-Zip x64 and IZArc…

      Can somebody please re-package it in some other format…

    • #60110
      Anonymous

      @thomas wrote:


      just take the dccw.exe from win7 x64 (plus the MUI file of course) and copy the 2 files to

      -%SystemRoot%System32
      -%SystemRoot%SysWOW64
      -%SystemRoot%Sysnative

      then, set under
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionICMCalibration]
      entry
      CalibrationManagementEnabled
      to 1
      and entry
      DisplayCalibrator
      to
      %SystemRoot%System32DCCW.exe

      ….

      I’ve got Win7 x64 at work, so I could get myself that DCCW.exe, but what is a “MUI file” ???

      Thanks,
      Olli

    • #50291

      @thomas wrote:


      just take the dccw.exe from win7 x64 (plus the MUI file of course) and copy the 2 files to

      -%SystemRoot%System32
      -%SystemRoot%SysWOW64
      -%SystemRoot%Sysnative

      then, set under
      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionICMCalibration]
      entry
      CalibrationManagementEnabled
      to 1
      and entry
      DisplayCalibrator
      to
      %SystemRoot%System32DCCW.exe

      ….

      I’ve got Win7 x64 at work, so I could get myself that DCCW.exe, but what is a “MUI file” ???

      Thanks,
      Olli

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