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These days there's no such thing as "installation disk". The box only has the unity, a serial for it, the warranty information, and a link to the page where you can download the Spyder5 software and quick start pdf guides.
Download the software install they refer to, onto your system somewhere, and then point oeminst at it.
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Download the software install they refer to, onto your system somewhere, and then point oeminst at it.
If you install the software then plug in the probe windows should then grab drivers and "install" them. Basically just reads the inf file then drops the DLL into I forget where.

System or system 32 I think. Google it.

But first check the installation directory. Most installs these days place driver stores into the install directory. If they are there, and you don't want the software on your system then just copy the pertinent driver folder somewhere then uninstall.

Then point to the driver folder, wherever you decide to put it. I use a driver folder in the root, then place all my device drivers that aren't dependent on their own software into this folder.
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Download the software install they refer to, onto your system somewhere, and then point oeminst at it.
Thanks, that took care of it. You really are a super helpful bunch. =)
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Oh yeah, forgot to mention: The 3.2.2 version I downloaded off of Sourceforge apparently didn't have the correct version of the Argyll CMS drivers included, when I was trying to switch the drivers it found nothing suitable in there. I downloaded ArgyllCMS 1.7.0 from the main Argyll website though and the driver in that worked fine.
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