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Hello guys,
I have just calibrated my LG LED monitor E2240 with CAlMAN using simulated display.Now I am seeing all those pink tinge in my screen Especially in bright areas.Can you tell me how I can reset this.I tried factory resetting but nothing worked.Pls help guys.I am screwed.Thanking You guys in advance.
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Hello guys,
I have just calibrated my LG LED monitor E2240 with CAlMAN using simulated display.Now I am seeing all those pink tinge in my screen Especially in bright areas.Can you tell me how I can reset this.I tried factory resetting but nothing worked.Pls help guys.I am screwed.Thanking You guys in advance.

What do you mean using simulated display?
Simulated doesn't give any controls.

Did you use a meter?

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What do you mean using simulated display?
Simulated doesn't give any controls.

Did you use a meter?

Judging from his post history, I would say no.

He just wants someone to give him "settings".
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I did not use any meter.I was just checking out the program but my niece or some one in my house just played with it and now My display is not looking well and has pink tinge in bright areas.I was very careless and I know that with out using a calorimeter it will spoil the monitor's pic quality.By the way they used pc calibration in calman to get in to the problem.Does reinstalling win7 helps or anyother suggesstions.Help please.
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Yes, open command prompt, and type fdisk c:
then format c: That will cure all problems!

j/k. dont do that. Do you have blu-ray player? Buy spears&munsil bluray calibration disc, follow directions, and your display will look great afterwards.
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I did not use any meter.I was just checking out the program but my niece or some one in my house just played with it and now My display is not looking well and has pink tinge in bright areas.I was very careless and I know that with out using a calorimeter it will spoil the monitor's pic quality.By the way they used pc calibration in calman to get in to the problem.Does reinstalling win7 helps or anyother suggesstions.Help please.

can't you just reset all picture settings on the display?
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