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I think CM use the Argyll drivers. You need to change it back to use Xrite drivers. You can do this from Device Manager.
Thank you. Do you know if this will 'break it' in HCFR? Will I just need to toggle the drivers back and forth?

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yes, you will need to toggle back and forth. But it's no big deal, you can do this on the fly without any restarting and the respective drivers don't get deleted when you switch. Just click rightclick and choose update driver/Browse my computer for driver software/Let me pick from.... and the compatible drivers should pop up.
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yes, you will need to toggle back and forth. But it's no big deal, you can do this on the fly without any restarting and the respective drivers don't get deleted when you switch. Just click rightclick and choose update driver/Browse my computer for driver software/Let me pick from.... and the compatible drivers should pop up.
Thank you. I will try this.
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