mystery>> Well, of course they are grey test windows (I am talking about what I see on the TV or from the projector, not in the PC).
But try raising blue gain to ridiculous levels (max) and lower red and green and you certainly will see a blue tint to any grey window.
This is not an error...
The errors that I'm getting are:
The software ALLWAYS tells me to raise blue gain and bias, whatever the measurement/visual reference. I could have a color value of x=0.280, y=0.299, and the software will still tell me to raise blue.
The bars are non-existing on screen (in the PC).
And this occurs in both computers I've tried the software with, it occurs on two different displays that I've tried to calibrate and it also occurs with both the Spyders that I own.
So, yes, it must be a software error. But how come I get it and noone else? I have two completely different Windows XP installations that I've tried the software in (XP Pro and XP home). Different graphics cards, different processors... Different everything.
Surely there must be a software upgrade available from the 220.127.116.11 version I run here.
Please, can someone tell me what version you're running? I'm talking about "SpyderTV.exe". Of course it could be some dll or something that differs, but it's simply annoying when the auto updating service in the application tells me that the software is up to date when it just can't be - since it's not working as it should on two completely different PCs.
Or is the auto update service non-reliable? If so - where can I get a newer version than the one I have?