Windows 10: Custom Color Profile lost on startup
Custom Color Profile lost on startup
I have created a color profile using a colorimeter which I then set as default. However whenever I restart my laptop the profile reverts to the original Windows default. It's strange, because upon startup the screen is using my custom profile but it reverts to the Windows default when startup is complete. I then go into Color Management to reset it and the profile is missing from the "Profiles associated with this device" list. I have to click on the "Add..." button and select it from the "Associate Color Profile" list and then reset it again as default.
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