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New Updated Device Drivers Released by X-Rite for: i1pro, i1d3, i1d2 & colormunki.


Notes:


New Features in this release: None


Bug fixes:


Intermittent crash on startup on windows fixed


Fixed issues relating to i1iO measurement speed and small test chart measurement


Changes:


Logging turned off by default

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New Updated Device Drivers Released by X-Rite for: i1pro, i1d3, i1d2 & colormunki.


Notes:


New Features in this release: None


Bug fixes:


Intermittent crash on startup on windows fixed


Fixed issues relating to i1iO measurement speed and small test chart measurement


Changes:


Logging turned off by default

Download Link

is this only for retail versions of the i1D3?
 

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It's for Using X-Rite Software For Sure.


I can't confirm 100% that CalMAN of ChromaPure are using these sets of drivers or any other modified drivers to operate these meters.


Maybe they are based to these drivers.


Any version of i1PRO (EyeOnePro) is working with the latest X-Rite iProfiler Software.
 

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Maybe these drivers are for retail versions of the meters.


X-Rite iProfiler Software is recommending this update.


I have i1PRO Retail and it's working without any problem after the update.


Install again your CalMAN or ChromaPure Software to fix your problem.
 

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I only have the retail version and I use it with i1 profiler.

After the update, my system does not recognize the colorimeter anymore, that is to say that the lights are not flashing on my unit. After reinstalling the previous version, the i1 profiler software does not work properly.

I sent this unit back, maybe I got a faulty one, because after the calibration my tft looks worse, with a red tint and a faulty grayscale.
 
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